The Great Northern so far was not implicated as they used no Pullman cars and positively refused boycotted freight, that is, freight offered by railroads whose employes were on a strike.
The switchmen promised to refuse to handle boycotted freight if the road would support them in case of discharge, which they well knew was inevitable.
I want to see the switchmen, the car inspectors and other employes wait upon the officials in a manly way, and refuse to handle these boycotted cars.
Boycotted and other stories By Talbot Baines Reed Here are fifteen of the most eccentric short stories you can imagine.
His opponents then acted as he did now: to avoid exposing their weakness, they pronounced the dissolution unconstitutional and boycotted the new elections.
Instead of adopting this sane attitude, the local agents of the Entente ostentatiously associated themselves with the Venizelists and boycotted the others, thus gratuitously contributing to a cleavage from which only our enemies could profit.
Venizelos, in spite of advice from his Entente friends to stand his ground, boycotted the polls, and the new Parliament, returned by the elections of 19 December, was a Parliament without an Opposition.
Shee was boycotted in 1883 for having taken an evicted farm, and accordingly the machine was allowed to remain idle.
Can we doubt that the First Order and its electors would be straightway boycotted out of existence?
Some were actually too poor to do so; others were perfectly able, but they all went in together and made a common cause and boycotted their landlord, who promptly took steps to evict them.
When a man was shot he usually died without agony, but when he was boycotted he suffered the worse sort of mental torture, and to cause such sufferings was one of the worst of sins.
The parliament is to establish national courts of law entirely independent of the present courts which are to be entirely boycotted by the people.
In the second place, I bought half a dozen bullocks from a boycotted farmer out Limerick way.
The notion of entering a boycotted household amused and pleased him.
My Dear Grant Duff, 'Off to Ireland, where I expect to be Boycotted by both sides [Footnote: It turned out the other way.
Vicar of Bray, I think, but not the Bray) was the only priest in Ireland who would enter his walls, while the Castle was boycotted by every Archbishop and Bishop.
He has not only boycotted our paper and refused to pay for the subscriptions he engaged, but I understand he is encouraging his workmen to annoy the Millville people, and especially this printing office.
I am told, sir," Thursday began, "that the people at the mill haveboycotted this paper.
As for poor me, I may be guilty of all the seven deadly sins, but I can't see why I should be boycotted on that account.
However, when I looked round the congregation I thought I should not mind much being boycotted by them.
Here was heboycotted most cruelly, but not more cruelly than was Mr. Jones of Morony Castle.
She and her son are now getting goods from Mrs. Moroney's shop at Spanish Point, which she opened a few years ago to supply boycotted persons.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "boycotted" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.