From Webster's Dictionary:
To boycott a person is to refuse to deal with him, to take any notice of him, or even to sell to him. The term arose in 1881, when Captain Boycott, an Irish landlord, was thus ostracised by the Irish agrarian insurgents.
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The derivation of the word mutton is from the French, mouton meaning sheep.
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We should start a bus Boycott.
The word "Boycott" originates from the Irish Land-Wars when a man by the name of Charles Boycott was ostracize/Ignored by the greater community and his tenants.
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We will go boycott that bus company tomorrow at 10a.m.
I'll just boycott that product, and spread the word.
The word boycott derives from the surname of an English Army officer, Boycott, who was shunned by the Irish because of his activities. That type of shunning can to be described by his name.
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Yes, the word boycott is a noun; a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for an act of protest, a thing.
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Boycott means to refuse to buy or use.
The students started a boycott against the new school uniforms.
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