Boycott

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Definition

a boycott: a refusal to buy a product or take part in an activity (as a way of expressing strong disapproval)
noun
We've decided to boycott your store. We won't be coming to your store again as we don't like the fact that your products are tested on animals.

Examples

  • "This is a boycott!"
  • "However a boycott of imported and remotely-produced goods would be simply irrational."
  • "A boycott by a boy who is boycotting French products because a French boy stole his music."
  • "Susie : As I was saying, protests, customer boycotts and international mistrust are all dangers here."
  • "Edward : I'm boycotting!"
  • "Boycott French stuff every day!"
  • "A boycott by a boy who is boycotting French products because a French boy stole his music."
  • "The controversy associated with illegal and unethical cost-cutting methods often leads to customer boycotts and consumer class-action suits."

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