Debarb

De`barb´


v. t.1.To deprive of the beard.
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At Lennon's worst, he can rush in to debarb the eldest Mailer daughter's unbesotted description of her dad's one-upmanship-oriented parenting: "If Mailer could hear these words, he might respond by saying that he came on strong with his children and friends to keep the dialectic supple, to encourage a strong response.