1. Kids Definition of Boycott (Entry 2 of 2) : the process or an instance of joining with others in refusing to deal with someone (as a person, organization, or country) as a way of protesting or forcing changes
2. Boycott definition, to combine in abstaining from, or preventing dealings with, as a means of intimidation or coercion: to Boycott a store
3. , embargo - A Boycott is an organized popular protest, named for Captain Charles C
4. Boycott (1832-97), a land agent in Ireland to whom this was done in 1880; an embargo is usually imposed by a government
5. / ˈbɔɪ.kɑːt / to refuse to buy a product or take part in an activity as a way of expressing strong disapproval: People were urged to Boycott the country's products
6. The union called on its members to Boycott the …
7. We’ve all heard of Boycotting events or places – in today’s world anyone will Boycott anything for any reason! There’s Boycotts at sport events, Boycotts of TV shows, movies, political rallies – everything! Although, when you think about it, “Boycott” is a little bit of a strange word.
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8. The Montgomery, Alabama, bus Boycott—a 13-month campaign that started in 1955 when Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of a segregated bus—fueled the nation’s civil rights movement
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9. In the 1960s, a five-year Boycott of California grapes organized by Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers led to better pay and improved working
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10. In short, conservatives need to Boycott leftist corporations because those leftist corporations are ruining America
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13. To Boycott means to stop buying or using the goods or services of a certain company or country as a protest; the noun Boycott is the protest itself
14. Boycott, an English land agent in 19th-century Ireland who refused to reduce rents for his tenant farmers.
15. The definition of a Boycott is a decision to not use or buy products or services in order to show support for a cause
16. An example of a Boycott is not buying paper products made with rainforest wood to protest …
17. Although the word "Boycott" is nowadays widely used whenever a product or person is protested, many don't realize that it first came into use as part of eviction resistance and a rent strike.As Irish farmers in Ireland faced starvation alongside mass eviction, in 1879, a group known as the Irish National Land League set out to affirm the rights of Irish tenants.
18. Boycott, collective and organized ostracism applied in labour, economic, political, or social relations to protest practices that are regarded as unfair
19. The Boycott was popularized by Charles Stewart Parnell during the Irish land agitation of 1880 to protest high rents and land evictions
20. Black Americans Boycott the public buses during the 1950s civil rights movement.
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21. Captain Charles Boycott was a British Army veteran who worked as a landlord's agent, a man whose job was to collect rents from tenant farmers on an estate in northwest Ireland
22. What is a Boycott? Quite simply, a Boycott is an effort to convince a large number of consumers not to do business with a particular person or business
23. Occasionally, a Boycott of a country may occur, when another country refuses to engage in trade
24. A Boycott does two primary things.
25. Charles Cunningham Boycott (12 March 1832 – 19 June 1897) was an English land agent whose ostracism by his local community in Ireland gave the English language the verb "to Boycott".He had served in the British Army 39th Foot, which brought him to Ireland.After retiring from the army, Boycott worked as a land agent for Lord Erne, a landowner in the Lough Mask area of County Mayo.
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26. International calls to Boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing are growing, as people around the world question whether China should still host the Games amid widespread human rights abuses
27. Montgomery bus Boycott, mass protest against the bus system of Montgomery, Alabama, by civil rights activists and their supporters that led to a 1956 U.S
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28. The Boycott was led by the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
29. Boycott is a critical reviews application
30. On the other hand, the App gives you the possibility to stay informed.The application allows users to search for the Boycotts they are interested in through 3 primary search parameters
31. ‘The Boycott by the Democratic state senators repeats the tactic employed by Democratic members of the lower house who left Texas as a group three months ago.’ ‘The awful truth will never go away - and indeed demands continuing exposure, sanctions, Boycotts and …
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32. A Boycott is a group refusal to deal
33. For many of them, it's part of an advertiser Boycott in protest of what they say are the site's failures to stop the spread of hate.
34. Operations in or related to Boycotting countries
35. The receipt of Boycott requests and Boycott agreements made.
36. The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) is a Palestinian -led movement promoting Boycotts, divestments, and economic sanctions against Israel.
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37. 17 hours ago · "Jeopardy!" viewers are calling for a Boycott of the show for the two-week stretch in which Dr
38. Boycott (TV Movie 2001) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
39. The Right Way to Boycott the Beijing Olympics
40. Palestinian leaders threatened to Boycott the talks
41. → See Verb table Boycott Boycott 2 noun [countable] when people Boycott something, or the period of time when it is Boycotted In 1937 the cocoa farmers imposed a Boycott on European imports.
42. Boycott: NBA playoff games called off amid player protest
43. All three NBA playoff games scheduled for Wednesday have been postponed, with players around the league choosing to Boycott …
44. Boycott supporters walked to work--as many as eight miles a day--or they used a sophisticated system of carpools with volunteer drivers and dispatchers
45. Montgomery City Lines lost between 30,000 and 40,000 bus fares each day during the Boycott.
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46. The Target Boycott, launched in April 2016, is causing a significant drop in foot traffic to the store
47. Effects of the Boycott are clear in Target’s financial report released February 28
48. A new initiative promoted by nearly 150 left-wing organizations calls for a large scale Boycott of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) — the historic U.S.-based NGO established to fight hatred, bigotry, and antisemitism and whose stated mission is to secure “justice and fair treatment to all.”
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49. Definition of Boycott written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
50. This Web Page is to serve as an online Boycott against United Airlines
51. First, the Goya Foods Boycott turned into a “buycott.” Now the largest Hispanic-owned foods company is finding favorable backlash in the wake of the CEO’s praise for President Trump.
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52. It is about the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955, which helped galvanize the Civil Rights movement and brought Dr
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53. A Boycott will express the organized consumer anger that BP so fears
54. The Boycott has since seen some success with Ecover and Method committing to use their influence to convince SC Johnson to go cruelty-free
55. However, SC Johnson is yet to do so, and Naturewatch Foundation is asking compassionate consumers to Boycott all SC Johnson brands, including Ecover and Method, until the entire company is cruelty-free.
56. Boycott is the newest premiere bar in the Melrose community in Phoenix
57. Boycott definition: If a country, group, or person Boycotts a country, organization, or activity, they refuse Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
58. The campaign called the July Boycott "a warning shot across Facebook's bow," implying more action was to …
59. Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) is a Palestinian-led movement for freedom, justice and equality
60. Amazon protesters are calling for a Boycott of Prime Day–some are hopeful about improving working conditions after recent successes in Europe.