verb tr.: To protest by refusing to buy a product or to deal with a person, organization, nation, etc.
noun: The practice or an instance of this.

ETYMOLOGY: After Charles C. Boycott (1832-1897), an English land agent in Ireland, who was ostracized for refusing to lower rents during a time of poor harvest. Earliest documented use: 1880.

BOYNOTT - Bruce Jenner

BOBCOTT - a lynx with a Caribbean accent

BOSCOTT - what you get if you cross a Bosc pear with a Grampa Ott morning glory