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(动词) 
Women took to the streets to protest against the arrests.
同义词
object
We objected strongly.
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demonstrate
Vast crowds have been demonstrating against the reforms.
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cry out
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say no to
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demur
At first I demurred when he asked me to do it.
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take exception
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remonstrate (formal)
He remonstrated with the referee.
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kick against (informal)
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expostulate
`Have some sense!' he expostulated.
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take up the cudgels
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express disapproval
(动词) 
Definition
to assert in a formal or solemn manner
`I never said that,' he protested.
同义词
assert
We assert that the bill violates the First Amendment.
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argue
His lawyers are arguing that he is unfit to stand trial.
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insist
He insisted that he was acting out of compassion.
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maintain
Prosecutors maintain that no deal was made.
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declare
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
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vow
She vowed that some day she would return to live in France.
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testify
Several eye witnesses testified that they had seen the fight.
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contend
The government contends that he is a fundamentalist.
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affirm
`The place is a dump,' she affirmed.
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profess
He professed that he was content with the arrangements.
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attest
Records attest to his long history of violence.
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avow
a public statement avowing neutrality
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asseverate (formal)
(名词) 
Definition
to take part in a public demonstration to express one's support for or disapproval of an action, proposal, etc.
The opposition staged a protest against the government.
同义词
demonstration
Riot police broke up the demonstration.
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march
Organisers expect up to 3000 people to join the march.
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sit-in
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demo (informal)
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hikoi (New Zealand)
(名词) 
Definition
a strong objection
a protest against people's growing economic hardship
同义词
objection
This objection has obviously been dropped.
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complaint
There have been a number of complaints about the standard of service.
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dissent
He has responded harshly to any dissent.
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outcry
She was later reinstated in her job after a public outcry.
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disapproval
His action had been greeted with almost universal disapproval.
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protestation
Graham's protestation that he has been unjustly treated
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demur
She entered without demur.
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formal complaint
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demurral

引文

The lady doth protest too much methinks [William ShakespeareHamlet]

其他同义词

in the sense of affirm
Definition
to declare to be true
`The place is a dump,' she affirmed.
in the sense of argue
Definition
to try to prove by presenting reasons
His lawyers are arguing that he is unfit to stand trial.
in the sense of asseverate
Definition
to declare solemnly

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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