Pronunciation of Boycott
/bˈɔ͡ɪkɒt/, /bˈɔɪkɒt/, /b_ˈɔɪ_k_ɒ_t/
Synonyms for boycott:
detached, misanthropic, confined, reclusive, aloof, antisocial, sequestered, isolated, Excluded, Banished, Eliminated, maverick, cloistered, hermitic, solitary, segregated, xenophobic, Extradited, alone, Exiled, Disbarred, Extirpated, outcast, Ostracized, Blackballed, blacklisted, separated, Deported, lonely, cordoned, Expatriated, Ejected, secluded, closeted, anonymous, alienated, Excommunicated.
ouster, destabilize, unrest, chase, apostasy, foment, radicalism, teach-in, passive resistance, Patriot Act, siege, cyberterrorism, dismiss, revolt, protest, nonpayment, subvert, rising, sedition, counterterrorism, counterrevolution, noncooperation, sit in, militancy, terrorism, subversion, insurgency, insurrection, agitate, uprising, bioterrorism, putsch, vigil, bring down, agriterrorism, Patriot Day, civil disobedience, overthrow, ecoterrorism, obstructionism, palace revolution, rebellion, counterinsurgency.
Other synonyms and related words:
subversion, demonstrate, denounce, revolution, march, defect, counterrevolution, walkout, putsch, militancy, rebel, agriterrorism, barricade, siege, rising, revolt, anarchy, radicalism, agitate, unrest, dissent, coup, bioterrorism, uprising, purge, protest, demonstration, terror, obstructionism, riot, ouster, apostasy, noncooperation, demo, subvert, insurgency, rebellion, terrorism, teach-in, rise, shut, spill, chase, resistance.
Sense 1 (noun)
eradication, expatriation, exile, relegation, banishment, ejection, repudiation, exclusion, denial, ban, rejection, prohibition, disbarment, ostracism, excision, extradition, renouncement, abscission, amputation, elimination, Disallowance, deportation, proscription, excommunication, removal, forbiddance.
ban; refrain from using (verb)
eject, reject, evict, remove, cloister, insulate, deport, alienate, ostracize, excommunicate, extradite, seclude, sequester, banish, expel, disbar, blackball, screen, exclude, isolate, oust, detach, confine, segregate, extirpate, separate, expatriate, closet, eliminate, cordon, blacklist.
Usage examples for boycott:
- But in a year they were trembling in the face of that boycott. - "Flash-lights from the Seven Seas", William L. Stidger Commentator: Bishop Francis J. McConnell.
- I am of opinion that the question of the boycott of Councils which is agitating the country so much must be considered and decided in the light of the circumstances I have just mentioned. - "Freedom Through Disobedience", C. R. (Chittaranjan) Das.