Meaning of disbarment in English:

disbarment

Pronunciation /dɪsˈbɑːm(ə)nt/

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noun

See disbar

‘So I've been thinking: shouldn't political science have its equivalent to disbarment or excommunication?’
  • ‘And it's not a permanent disbarment; it's a chance to start over again and become productive members of society.’
  • ‘I'm not sure the disbarment incrementally adds that much more to the punishment he's personally suffered.’
  • ‘The president will have an opportunity to defend himself against the disbarment proceeding.’
  • ‘Violations such as these can lead to disciplinary measures, including removal from the bench and even disbarment.’