English words and Examples of Usage

use "boycott" in a sentence

The Khmer Rouge boycott the polls and won't demobilize their forces.

In 2012, Trump called for his own Scottish boycott, of Glenfiddich whisky.

The boycott is a challenge to Ouattara's efforts to mobilise voters.

Zimbabwean musicians have also called for a boycott of South African artists.

But the UK and other leading governments do not recognise the consumer boycott.

Rep. Paul Gosar, a Catholic Republican from Arizona, plans to boycott the event.

But the fate of those talks was not clear given the threats of a boycott.

It is the latest European city to join a global boycott and divestment campaign.

The nationwide police boycott of his films probably won't doom it at the box office.

Real nice, Arby's the post says, before encouraging others to boycott the restaurant.

He is conducting a one-man boycott of the leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics.

However, there have been reports on how not everyone on the team supported the boycott.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015 What Does NAACP Boycott Lift Mean for South Carolina Businesses?

The comments triggered a social media spat and calls for a boycott by singer Elton John.

This boycott would show not only unity but that there is a price to pay for killing us."

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