Definition of Debarments

1. Noun. (plural of debarment) ¹



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Definition of Debarments

1. debarment [n] - See also: debarment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Debarments

debaptism
debar
debarb
debarbed
debarbing
debarbs
debark
debarkation
debarkations
debarked
debarker
debarkers
debarking
debarks
debarment
debarments (current term)
debarred
debarring
debars
debase
debased
debaser
debasers
debases

Literary usage of Debarments

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1. The American Magazine of Civics (1896)
"... debarments from Political Service," which seems to invite remark. It is a frank attack upon a body of women who for their efforts in the canse of ..."

2. Immigration: A World Movement and Its American Significance by Henry Pratt Fairchild (1913)
"The following table gives the proportion of debarments to admissions since 1892. PROPORTION OF ALIENS DEBARRED, EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES OF IMMIGRANTS ..."

3. Immigration and Americanization: Selected Readings by Philip Davis, Bertha Schwartz (1920)
"At Bremen, which port makes by far the worst showing in the matter of debarments at United States ports, it will be remembered that the determining factor ..."

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