Definition of "disbar"
  1. The act of taking away a lawyer's license to practice law due to serious misconduct or violation of professional ethics
How to use "disbar" in a sentence
  1. The attorney was disbarred after being convicted of fraud.
  2. Consistent lack of attention to his clients led to his disbarment.
  3. After multiple ethics violations, the decision was made to disbar him.

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