[ US /ˈbɑɹɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /bˈɑːɹɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of excluding someone by a negative vote or veto
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How To Use barring In A Sentence

  • Revenge is a by-the-book sequel, crowbarring in all of the memorable features of the first movie, spicing them up with even more ludicrous ultra violence and adding a few new twists to the tale.
  • The nail has been removed, and barring infection it is believed the aged man will live.
  • The intolerant citizens have called for a nation-wide general strike to bring down the deep-rooted stratocracy in Burma, due to the junta\'s insistence of barring the Lady to participate in the country\'s political reform process. ' Burma Question - sill a matter of regional concern
  • Nobody else knows barring you and me.
  • Doesn't mean we have to be that way or do those things but, barring intervention, we're likely to.
  • The island is home to troops of long-tailed macaques that live on the mangosteens, rambutans, jambus, mata kucings, and other fruits thriving among the groves of palm and dense thickets of casuarina and barrington trees.
  • Barring miracle remission on a continental scale, only aggressive, coordinated medical relief, public health programs and public information campaigns squelch epidemics.
  • Railways, as a rule, are among the many things which they do _not_ order better in France, and the French Northern line is one of the worst managed in the world, barring none, not even the Italian _vie ferrate_. A Stable for Nightmares or Weird Tales
  • Barring injury these three will form the fulcrum of England's batting unit for some time. Times, Sunday Times
  • The court upheld an injunction barring protesters from blocking access to the company.
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