Thesaurus / protesting

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Yet, in thus yielding to necessity, she did so protesting that she was acting under compulsion.

At the last this was his only way of protesting against Society.

The Island PhariseesJohn Galsworthy

The skipper then gave three resentful, protesting whistle-blasts.

The protesting and 75 dissenting minority at once claimed to be the Free Church.

It seemed to the detective that her voice was fearful, of a pregnant warning, that she was protesting.

The Blind SpotAustin Hall

Baynes struggled in the grip of the troopers, protesting vehemently.

Captain BloodRafael Sabatini

Sir Brian told this to the English officers, protesting his loyalty, but showing no great eagerness to supply them with beef.

The officer spoke this falsehood under the glazed stare of the French dead and the protesting gaze of the wounded.

Suddenly she snatched at the paper so violently that Goliath went tobogganing off with a protesting "meouw."

The Boarded-Up HouseAugusta Huiell Seaman

In vain he tried to get rid of his conductor, Bob Fagin by name, protesting that he was well enough to walk alone.

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