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    refuse a person's admittance to

    Is there a noun to describe a ban from restaurant or other buildings because of violent or otherwise bad behaviour.
    So far I haven't found any.

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    Smile Re: refuse a person's admittance to

    Debarrment, exclusion, expulsion?


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    Re: refuse a person's admittance to

    Quote Originally Posted by Archie View Post
    Is there a noun to describe a ban from restaurant or other buildings because of violent or otherwise bad behaviour.
    So far I haven't found any.
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    Re: refuse a person's admittance to

    "blackballed" is a word used to describe being refused entrance to a club or refused membership to a group, such as a fraternity.

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