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Main Entry: man·cott
Pronunciation: 'man-"kät
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Professor Eval born 1962 - New York SideShow performer who was admired for refusing to patronize establishments that pissed him off.
Date: 2003
: to engage in a concerted refusal to have dealings with (as a person, store, or organization) usually to express strong disapproval or to force acceptance of certain conditions:
: like a boycott, but much stronger
- mancott, man·cott·er noun
- manˇcottˇed, manˇcottˇing, manˇcotts transitive verb
Example: Joe Hug Deli on 26th St. & 3rd Ave. constantly overcharges us, so we're staging a mancott.