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unbar

Line breaks: un¦bar
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbɑː
 
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Definition of unbar in English:

verb (unbars, unbarring, unbarred)

[with object]
Remove the bars from (a gate or door); unlock: she unbarred the gate
More example sentences
  • The doors were unbarred, opened and sunlight flooded into the gloom.
  • The head evil one shouted out some command, and the door was unbarred and then opened.
  • Hark got a ladder and set it against the chimney, on which I ascended, and hoisting a window, entered and came down stairs, unbarred the door, and removed the guns from their places.

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