[[t]re̱mənstreɪt, AM rɪmɒ̱nstreɪt[/t]]
remonstrates, remonstrating, remonstrated
If you remonstrate with someone, you protest to them about something you do not approve of or agree with, and you try to get it changed or stopped. [FORMAL]

[V with n] He remonstrated with the referee...

I jumped in the car and went to remonstrate. [Also V prep]

Derived words:
remonstration [[t]re̱mənstre͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] plural N-VAR

There had been remonstrations from the Town Clerk.

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  • Remonstrate — Re*mon strate, v. i. 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. [1913 Webster] It is …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Remonstrate — Re*mon strate ( str?t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Remonstrated} ( str?*t?d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Remonstrating}.] [LL. remonstratus, p. p. of remonstrare to remonstrate; L. pref. re + monstrare to show. See {Monster}.] To point out; to show clearly; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • remonstrate — I verb admonish, advise, advise against, altercate, animadvert, argue against, berate, castigate, censure, challenge, chastise, correct, counsel, counsel against, criticize, cry out against, decry, demur, deprecate, deter, disapprove, discourage …   Law dictionary

  • remonstrate — (v.) 1590s, from M.L. remonstratus, pp. of remonstrare to demonstrate (see REMONSTRANCE (Cf. remonstrance)). Related: Remonstrated; remonstrating …   Etymology dictionary

  • remonstrate — expostulate, *object, protest, kick Analogous words: oppose, combat, *resist, withstand, fight: *criticize, denounce, reprobate …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • remonstrate — [v] argue against animadvert, blame, censure, challenge, combat, complain, criticize, decry, demur, deprecate, disapprove, disparage, dispute, dissent, except, expostulate, fight, find fault, frown upon, inveigh, kick*, nag, object, oppose, pick… …   New thesaurus

  • remonstrate — ► VERB ▪ make a forcefully reproachful protest. DERIVATIVES remonstration noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense «make plain»: from Latin remonstrare demonstrate …   English terms dictionary

  • remonstrate — [ri män′strāt΄; ] also, chiefly Brit [ rem′ənstrāt΄] vt. remonstrated, remonstrating [< ML remonstratus, pp. of remonstrare, to demonstrate < L re , again + monstrare, to show: see MONSTRANCE] 1. to say or plead in protest, objection,… …   English World dictionary

  • remonstrate — v. (formal) (D; intr.) to remonstrate about; with (they remonstrated with the neighbors about the noise) * * * [ remənstreɪt] with (they remonstrated with the neighbors about the noise) (formal) (D; intr.) to remonstrate about …   Combinatory dictionary

  • remonstrate — UK [ˈremənˌstreɪt] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms remonstrate : present tense I/you/we/they remonstrate he/she/it remonstrates present participle remonstrating past tense remonstrated past participle remonstrated formal to argue with,… …   English dictionary

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