barred definition

  • adjective:
    • Marked with pubs or stripes: banned prison cells; banned plumage on a bird.
    • Having taverns, striped.
    • Prevented.
    • noted with stripes or groups
    • stopping entry or exit or a training course of activity
    • Marked with bars or stripes: barred prison cells; banned plumage on a bird.
    • Having taverns, striped.
    • Prevented.
    • marked with stripes or groups
    • stopping entry or exit or a training course of action
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and past participle of bar.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of club.
  • others:
    • Secured with a bar or bars: as, “the close-barred portal,”
    • Furnished or made out of bars: since, a five-barred gate.
    • Obstructed by a bar, as a harbor.
    • Striped; streaked: made use of specially of textile textiles: since, “barred al of silk,”
    • In music: Marked off by bars. Same as barré, 2.
    • In heraldry, same as barry.
    • Secured with a bar or bars: as, “the close-barred portal,”
    • Furnished or created using bars: as, a five-barred gate.
    • Obstructed by a bar, as a harbor.
    • Striped; streaked: made use of specifically of textile materials: as, “barred al of silk,”
    • In songs: Marked off by bars. Identical to barré, 2.
    • In heraldry, just like barry.

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