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Synonyms for boycott

embargo

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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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The Palestinians had unanimously and successfully defined the term aACAynormalisation' and passed this definition to their allies in boycotting movement," he told Gulf News.
Figure A displays the number of persons receiving requests, number of requests received, and number of agreements, by boycotting country, for 2009 and 2010.
No other political movements in contemporary Iran suggest boycotting the ballot.
Commenting on the crisis that has arisen after Republican People's Party (CHP) deputies and independent MPs backed by Peace & Democracy Party (BDP) refused to take oath at the parliament, Cavusoglu said he did not consider boycotting a mature political move.
The situation is escalating in the light of some parents' appeals for boycotting Macedonian-language classes in all grades.
The boycotting of US products is a peaceful way for individuals to express their dissatisfaction and to control where their money is going.
Right now, there are too many companies the GLBT community is supposed to be boycotting, and try as I might, I can't keep track.
Hundreds of thousands of pro-immigrant demonstrators are expected to flood miles of Los Angeles' streets on Monday - some boycotting school and work - in two separate marches calling for expanded rights for illegal immigrants.
I would not visit this country on holiday because I have no faith in their legal system and would support anyone boycotting Bulgaria as a sign of solidarity with Michael Shields and his family.
I'm also boycotting Rock Of Gibraltar (unpleasant memories of the 2002 Breeders' Cup Mile), Sadler's Wells (too old), Danehill (too dead), and Xaar (I just think the name's a bit silly).
Parnell made a speech suggesting they force Boycott to give way by, well, boycotting him.
Geoffrey Levey, "Why Ghassan should be boycotting John who should be spurning Ned," Arena Magazine, 66, August-September 2003, pp.
A group of Europeans, calling themselves Consumers Against War, have posted a list of American companies whose products they are boycotting on a Web site, www.
A basic tenet of media relations is to keep open channels of communication--even if those channels are full of turbulence--but the Public Relations Society of America has chosen to ignore that advice in boycotting longtime PRSA watchdog Jack O'Dwyer's Newsletter, "The Inside News of Public Relations.
Today his organization urges boycotting Disney for its employee policy of giving health benefits to same-sex partners and for its production of various films disliked by the religious right.