The first in the room, to knock down the door, to break down the barriers, to pave the road that we all walk on.
Little by little, the barriers between the mainstream and adult worlds are breaking down.
Davis-Bellamy says that Philadelphia Ceasefire outreach workers help hustlers get off the corner by addressing these barriers.
There is colossal marketing power to break down the barriers between ages and incite [children] to adopt adult behavior.
No doubt the barriers to getting it done are large as they should be.
A great outrage on the spirit of Justice breaks down all barriers of race and nationality.
She had chafed when the barriers rose between her mind and theirs.
In these few hours of alarm and close intimacy the man and the woman had leaped all the barriers time and pride had set up.
Hence there should be a free crossing of the barriers in use of materials at all times.
As we entered the barriers we put on our stilts, and marched boldly on.
barrier bar·ri·er (bār'ē-ər)
A structure, such as a fence, built to bar passage.
A boundary or limit.
An obstacle or impediment.
Something that separates or holds apart.
Something immaterial that obstructs or impedes behavior.
A physical or biological factor that limits the migration, interbreeding, or free movement of individuals or populations.