disbar disbar  /ˌdɪs ˈbɑr/


  • (v) remove from the bar; expel from the practice of law by official action


  1. The Massachusetts bar had no choice but to disbar him.
  2. At a hearing in which the State Bar Association tried unsuccessfully to disbar Aurelio, the full story came out.
  3. On Corn's evidence, the State Supreme Court last December voted to disbar Justice Welch.



  • "It certainly is not a good sign when the Justice Department is set on a political mission to discredit, disbar, or otherwise persecute the very people who helped protect our nation in the years after 9/11," Cheney said. "There are policy...
    on Oct 21, 2009 By: Vice President Dick Cheney Source: ABC News

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