Definition of 'remonstrate'
Example sentences containing 'remonstrate'
THE EXECUTION (2002)
`Mildred... "Sarah Ellis had raised a hand, meekly, as though to remonstrate gently with her companion, calm her down.A TROUT IN THE MILK (2002)
And before he could remonstrate she had turned and run back into the house.THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2002)
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