a list of persons under suspicion, disfavor, censure, etc.:
His record as an anarchist put him on the government’s blacklist.
a list privately exchanged among employers, containing the names of persons to be barred from employment because of untrustworthiness or for holding opinions considered undesirable.
a list drawn up by a labor union, containing the names of employers to be boycotted for unfair labor practices.
to put (a person, group, company, etc.) on a blacklist.
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a list of persons or organizations under suspicion, or considered untrustworthy, disloyal, etc, esp one compiled by a government or an organization
(transitive) to put on a blacklist
Note: During the McCarthy era (see Joseph P. McCarthy) in the 1950s, the careers of many public figures suspected of communist activities were ruined by blacklisting.
Also called false acacia, yellow locust. a North American tree, Robinia pseudoacacia, of the legume family, having pinnate leaves and clusters of fragrant white flowers. honey locust.
pneumoconiosis of coal miners, caused by coal dust; anthracosis. noun another name for pneumoconiosis black lung An occupational disease of coal miners caused by the long-term inhalation of coal dust, characterized by the presence of coal around the bronchioles on x-ray images. Most patients develop no symptoms, but a few advance to progressive obstruction of […]
magic used for evil purposes; witchcraft; sorcery (contrasted with white magic). noun magic used for evil purposes by invoking the power of the devil
any payment extorted by intimidation, as by threats of injurious revelations or accusations. the extortion of such payment: He confessed rather than suffer the dishonor of blackmail. a tribute formerly exacted in the north of England and in Scotland by freebooting chiefs for protection from pillage. to extort money from (a person) by the use […]