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Remonstrance vs. Remonstrate

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Remonstrancenoun

A remonstration; disapproval; a formal, usually written, objection or protest.

Remonstrateverb

(intransitive) To object; to express disapproval (with, against).

Remonstrancenoun

The act of remonstrating

‘You may marvel why I . . . would not ratherMake rash remonstrance of my hidden powerThan let him be so lost.’;

Remonstrateverb

Specifically, to lodge an official objection (especially by means of a remonstrance) with a monarch or other ruling body.

Remonstrancenoun

Earnest presentation of reason in opposition to something; protest; expostulation.

Remonstrateverb

To state or plead as an objection, formal protest, or expression of disapproval.

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Remonstrancenoun

Same as Monstrance.

Remonstrateverb

To point out; to show clearly; to make plain or manifest; hence, to prove; to demonstrate.

Remonstrancenoun

the act of expressing earnest opposition or protest

Remonstrateverb

To point out; to show clearly; to make plain or manifest; hence, to prove; to demonstrate.

‘I will remonstrate to you the third door.’;

Remonstrateverb

To present and urge reasons in opposition to an act, measure, or any course of proceedings; to expostulate; as, to remonstrate with a person regarding his habits; to remonstrate against proposed taxation.

‘It is proper business of a divine to state cases of conscience, and to remonstrate against any growing corruptions in practice, and especially in principles.’;

Remonstrateverb

argue in protest or opposition

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Remonstrateverb

present and urge reasons in opposition

Remonstrateverb

censure severely or angrily;

‘The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car’; ‘The deputy ragged the Prime Minister’; ‘The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup’;

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