remonstrate[ ri-mon-streyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF remonstrate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMONSTRATE
But he did not retrace his steps in order to remonstrate with her severely in the street.
Poor Jenkins watched her with despairing eyes, not venturing to remonstrate.
"It is of no use to say that," Jenkins ventured meekly to remonstrate.
It was in vain for the politic father to remonstrate with the headstrong son.
From time to time, however, they went back to knock at Martine's door to remonstrate with her.
I could see what had happened—my family had sent him to reprove me and remonstrate with me.
A good Manxman wrote to remonstrate with me for calling the book a "romance."
At first I sought to remonstrate with Giacopo; but he was deaf to the wisdom that I spoke.
In vain did I remonstrate with him that already he had drunk overmuch.
He went to remonstrate with Rosamund upon her betrothal, and he did so at the request of her brother.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR REMONSTRATE
- be displeased
- make a stink
- mix it up with
- raise objection
- sound off
- take exception
- take on