protest[ noun proh-test; verb pruh-test, proh-test ]SEE DEFINITION OF protest
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROTEST
And before the trapper could make a protest he had drawn back into the horse shed.
His heavy voice rang out rebukingly, overtoned with protest.
When, at last, words came, they were a frantic prayer of protest.
His love was purely selfish, for he brushed aside her protest as if she had not spoken.
I can feel his eyes on me, and I cannot raise my voice in protest, for do not I countenance it?
Somewhat surprised at her lack of protest--or was it resignation to the inevitable?
I believe that it is at the wrong time that the protest comes.
So far as they were concerned, I had no ground to stand upon in making a protest.
If you allow of it, I protest I will go off privately with you, and we will live and die together.
She began to protest that Bedr knew Cairo as well as Antoun did, and was as likely to be right.