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To disappear so completely and suddenly from a social gathering without anyone realizing it that even your closest friends aren't sure you were ever really there. May also refer to never answering calls, emails or texts for the purpose of not having any fun of any kind with friends to concentrate solely on school or work.
- "Dude, I swear Lisa was right here next to me just a second ago."
- "Don't worry, you're not going crazy; she's been known to pull a barefield at every party she goes to."

I've been trying to get a hold of Dave for weeks to hang out, but with the MCAT coming up, he's been pulling one heck of a barefield on me.
by pouringsunny May 16, 2011

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