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Synonyms for blackball

Synonyms for blackball

to prevent or forbid authoritatively

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

Synonyms for blackball

the act of excluding someone by a negative vote or veto

expel from a community or group

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Mudd who did what his country asked him to do to keep the country safe is blackballed.
SO referee and minister Mike McCurry thinks he's being blackballed for the big games.
Critics dubbed her the next Josephine Baker, and Orson Welles called her "the most exciting woman in the world." Kitt's career path turned mainly to singing and acting, but during the '60s she was blackballed from performing in the U.S.
Here, at 95 years old, he tells his own story, which includes law school, the Air Force, being an actor on stage and radio, being blackballed and banned from television during the McCarthy era, and engagement in national politics.
Second, Peters bemoans the fact that these generals are now "automatically blackballed from ...
Bobby Dukes Rob Corddry Lenny Pear Paul Scheer Erika Dukes Dannah Feinglass Eddie Reynolds Rob Riggle Showtime Curtis Gwinn Crosby Peters Seth Morris Sam Brown Rob Huebel Jill Watson Jamie Denbo Bill Henry DJ Hazard Bunker Ed Helms The influence of Christopher Guest is felt throughout "Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story," a mildly amusing mockumentary about a disgraced paintball champ who wants one more shot.
The Socceroos participation in Greece next month has already claimed a victim, with Craig Moore being blackballed by Rangers, after choosing country ahead of club.
Jill's best friend is blackballed by the local snobs and blames Jill for it.
Tell him an 'odd fling' is too odd for you -and oddballs get blackballed.
So if Blakemore has been blackballed it is purely because the government does not wish to be seen to approve of this controversial branch of research.
James Hewitt was blackballed out of his Regiment, refused publication by the very same tabloids that are currently fawning over the Cheshire butler, and Hewitt now limps from one rich benefactress to another.
Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash blackballed the plan with the support of Ankara's generals, president, opposition and even elements of the ruling Justice and Development Party.
It changed its corporate mind when one executive blackballed the purchase on the grounds that Reston was integrated.
"Loud and clear the construction industry has told me...if we get a reputation in Sudhury of showing preference I'm going to get blackballed."
A Catholic pharmacist who refuses to stock them will be blackballed by his suppliers.