boycotter

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

boycott +‎ -er
Derived from Charles Boycott, an English land agent.

NounEdit

boycotter (plural boycotters)

  1. Someone who engages in a boycott
    • 2009, January 18, “Anthony Lewis”, in A New National Scripture[1]:
      As early as 1955 [] , he spoke in what Sundquist calls his “ornate metaphorical style,” evident in his first speech to the boycotters.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English boycott

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VerbEdit

boycotter

  1. to boycott

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