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The company was the first high-profile advertisers to join the boycott — and now one of the first to announce its return.

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It also appears Facebook won’t need to make many of the concessions boycott organizers wanted.

In some cases, publishers have been able to draw a direct connection between the Facebook video ad revenue decline and the advertiser boycott.

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Boycott or no boycott the biggest Facebook advertisers were always going to spend less on the platform in 2020.

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When he met with leaders of the boycott, he stuck to familiar talking points.

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Unless Cuba sends them back, you might consider following the now lifted embargo with your own personal boycott.

The Black Friday demonstrations were part of a nation wide boycott and mass action to bring awareness to Ferguson.

Those rumors, in turn, sparked a boycott of enterprises affiliated with the family.

The conservative Christian group mailed out nearly one million cards to supporters calling on them to boycott Disney products.

The 1996 filing (which you can check out here) was, naturally, as silly and frivolous as the boycott push that came before it.

There is hot talk of a boycott to be extended to everything sold or handled by the Hatch syndicate.

Another common word taken at first from politics, but now used in a general sense, is boycott.

That was a secondary boycott, which Mr. Cleveland said ought to be suppressed.

As soon as opposition developed the Ku Klux “freedom of the press” manifested itself in a desire to boycott the newspaper.

It is generally used in English as a verb of which the nearest equivalent is another curious verb—to boycott.


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On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to boycott, such as: avoid, cut off, exclude, refuse, reject, and snub.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.