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bar from (something or some place)
To prohibit someone from a certain place or thing. My rude comments got me barred from that website. My friends and I were barred from that restaurant after we got into a fight there. I bar you from every coming in here again.
See also: bar
For sure; unequivocally. This is the best restaurant in town, bar none. Stephanie got the lead in the school play because she's the best actress in the school, bar none.
with no exceptions. (Follows an assertion.) This is the best of all, bar none.
Also, barring none. Without exception, as in This is the best book I've read all year, bar none. [Mid-1800s]
You use bar none to emphasize that someone or something is the best of their kind. He is simply the best goalscorer we have ever had, bar none. Coronation Street is the best programme on TV, bar none.
bar nonewith no exceptions.
1866 M. E. Braddon Lady's Mile Your ‘Aspasia’ is the greatest picture that ever was painted—‘bar none’.