verb (used with object)
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Origin of boycott
OTHER WORDS FROM boycottboy·cott·er, nounan·ti·boy·cott, noun, adjectivepro·boy·cott, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH boycottboycott , embargo
Words nearby boycott
Example sentences from the Web for boycott
The company was the first high-profile advertisers to join the boycott — and now one of the first to announce its return.
It also appears Facebook won’t need to make many of the concessions boycott organizers wanted.
In some cases, publishers have been able to draw a direct connection between the Facebook video ad revenue decline and the advertiser boycott.As advertisers boycott Facebook, publishers see video ad revenue fall in July|Tim Peterson|July 16, 2020|Digiday
Boycott or no boycott the biggest Facebook advertisers were always going to spend less on the platform in 2020.Advertisers were cutting their Facebook ad spending well before the boycott began|Seb Joseph|July 10, 2020|Digiday
When he met with leaders of the boycott, he stuck to familiar talking points.
Those rumors, in turn, sparked a boycott of enterprises affiliated with the family.
The conservative Christian group mailed out nearly one million cards to supporters calling on them to boycott Disney products.
The 1996 filing (which you can check out here) was, naturally, as silly and frivolous as the boycott push that came before it.
Celebrities like Weir were called on to urge a boycott of the Games.‘To Russia With Love’: Can Johnny Weir Save Russia’s Gays?|Kevin Fallon|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Last Monday, university students began a boycott of classes.
And to make matters worse, they now bear the brunt of the Chinese boycott aimed at American goods.The Old World and Its Ways|William Jennings Bryan
There is hot talk of a boycott to be extended to everything sold or handled by the Hatch syndicate.The Wreckers|Francis Lynde
Japan felt the effects of the boycott more than any other country.Introduction to Non-Violence|Theodore Paullin
Indignation meetings were held, and it was determined to boycott the monks.Las Casas|Alice J. Knight
And now comes this Treaty with a further development of this same policy of blockade and boycott.The New Germany|George Young
British Dictionary definitions for boycott (1 of 2)
Word Origin for boycott
British Dictionary definitions for boycott (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for boycott
The refusal to purchase the products of an individual, corporation, or nation as a way to bring social and political pressure for change.