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Synonyms for boycott



Synonyms for boycott

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

Antonyms for boycott

a group's refusal to have commercial dealings with some organization in protest against its policies

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I couldn't tell anyone to boycot but now you have a choice - which you didn't have a fortnight ago.
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[...] esta desarmado el pueblo frente al Gobierno revolucionario sostenido por la negra Casa Blanca; pero demostrara su justa aversion a la escuela socialista con el boycot (sic) y con el desorejamiento de muchos maestrillos, debiendo ser Cardenas el desorejado, hasta por razones esteticas.
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People's Congress: Boycot of Al-Mahdi and Ghazi to dialogue is not final.
Now, if she were talking to me, Duggan might have argued that the ASA's boycot applies only to Israeli academic institutions, not individuals, as if institutions could somehow be separated from the men and women who run and inhabit them, and as if such a distinction did anything to dull the sting of bigotry inherent to the decision to single out one group of people as untouchable.
The shop also represents a kind of interface between public and private: as a kosher butcher, Aaron fulfills a religious obligation and performs an important role for his community, who depend on him for their nourishment; people enter the shop to buy their meat, and here, social conflicts also flare up, such as in the confrontations with the guardians of morality, when a stone is thrown through the window, or when the community is called to boycot Aaron's shop in the attempt to force him into conformity with the rules.
Director of the multilateral relations of the Arab League Ambassador Wael Al-Assad stated to reporters that the two-day meeting was to implement Arab foreign ministers' latest resolution concerning whether to participate of boycot the April 22 Geneva conference.
(12.) Poles FC, Boycot TM, Syncope in blood donors.
Ed Husain: Why Shallowness Is the Key to Peace and Other Cliches A little sarcasm about ending the boycot on Israel to start you Saturday off right.
De Coninck formuleert zijn kritische kanttekeningen bij de manier waarop de culturele boycot ten tijde van de alleenheerschappij van de Nasionale Party is gevoerd.
STUDENTS should boycot the universities and tell this unelected Government that everyone has the right to have an education.
A collection of cover versions so bad they should make any right minded soul boycot the X Factor when it comes back this year.
-The Arab and International Forum on Supporting Resistance wraps up activities in Maroon al-Ras, "Enhancing the culture of resistance, prosecution of war criminals, releasing the prisoners, activating boycot and breaking the siege imposed on Gaza".