verb (used with object), dis·barred, dis·bar·ring.
Related formsdis·bar·ment, nounun·dis·barred, adjective
Examples from the Web for disbarment
She has been threatened with disbarment, imprisonment, and worse.
The article states that the agency could have voted sanctions against Maco ranging from censure to disbarment.
"They both tumbled into the lake," fired in a freshman who never should have spoken, but was too new to know of her disbarment.Jane Allen: Center|Edith Bancroft
"And disbarment proceedings about to be instituted," finished Latimer.A Man of Two Countries|Alice Harriman
A suit for libel and disbarment proceedings were started against him.The Centralia Conspiracy|Ralph Chaplin
Disbarment is an extreme penalty in both countries, inflicted only for moral turpitude amounting usually to crime.A Philadelphia Lawyer in the London Courts|Thomas Leaming
"Electrocuted by his own machine rather than face disgrace and disbarment," cut in Craig.The Social Gangster|Arthur B. Reeve