Definition for barres (2 of 3)
Origin of barre
Definition for barres (3 of 3)
Origin of barré
Examples from the Web for barres
Thessalie looked across the room at the girl for a second or two longer, then turned a troubled, preoccupied gaze on Barres.
Barres laid the Prophet in her arms, stepped back while Dulcie arranged the docile cat, then retreated to his canvas.
Barres tried to keep one eye on him and the other on Soane and Freund.
“One thing more,” continued Barres, smiling in spite of himself at the Irish of it all.
From that she changed to a haunting, poignant little song; and Barres looked up from his desk under the lamp.