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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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1981: Geoffrey Boycott (pictured) took his score to 86 not out against India at Delhi to become the (then) most prolific run-scoring batsman in Test history.
The Corridor of Certainty By Geoffrey Boycott THE custom used to be that, once retired from their chosen sport, famous ex-sportsmen would eventually settle down and co-operate with a ghost writer to produce a more-or-less definitive 'autobiography'.
London, July 23 ( ANI ): Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott has said that Alastair Cook is too stubborn to quit captaincy and would not move unless they get six wild stallions to pull the skipper out.
Summary: England great Geoffrey Boycott accused Alastair Cook's men of "poor cricket" as the over-rate slowed ...
GEOFFREY BOYCOTT has backed Alastair Cook to greatly extend his record of 23 Test hundreds for England.
1981: Geoffrey Boycott took his score to 86 not out against India at Delhi to become the (then) most prolific run-scoring batsman in Test history.
Geoffrey Boycott, from Rogerstone, drew the noted stones peg and landed a succession of carp to 4lb to finish with 178lb, while on the next peg Caerphilly's Richard Baldwin used the same pole and paste approach for a second best 162lb.
The superstar golfer was gripped by the sensational arrers Michael Vaughan Drive back from the ground sat behind Boycs is always interesting - just got to his eighth Test hundred - 14 to go The former England captain tries not to let a journey with Geoffrey Boycott spoil his mood You can follow me on Twitter @stevepalmer78
Summary: The BBC has apologised to radio listeners after a foul-mouthed outburst from Sir Geoffrey Boycott during its cricket coverage.
OUTSPOKEN cricket commentator Geoffrey Boycott has outraged radio listeners with a four-letter outburst.
"There is no such thing as a weak Australian team" - Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott on the Ashes.
2 Why did Geoffrey Boycott say in his Brexit bleat that "we've" beaten the Germans twice in France when court records show the only person he's officially beaten there is his girlfriend ?
IN response to Robert Betteridge's letter (TalkBack, March 29), I would like to nominate Geoffrey Boycott as England's finest batsman over the past 50 years or so.
And she said that the last time she paid a visit to the programme she gave the brownies to Geoffrey Boycott and did not know whether he shared them with his fellow presenters, joking: "Geoffrey Boycott has still got my Tupperware."
I could have got fulltime help and less lip" Former England cricketer Geoffrey Boycott on his wife, Rachael