- v. Simple past tense and past participle of remonstrate.
“Mr. Tyrold now again remonstrated, motioning to the weeping group to be gone.”
“Defendant then attacked the driver of the lorry, and afterwards assaulted the complainant, who remonstrated with him upon his conduct.”
““Jong-Keena, Jong-Keena,” they began again, while Mrs. Tully remonstrated, “Now, Paula, you simply must stop this. — Dick, you ought to be ashamed of yourself.””
“Later in the day, Dr. Snyder “remonstrated” with Eisenhower about “excessive office commitments.””
“But no one in Sunday's audience remonstrated with him for doing a cellphone ad.”
“To a lady (I had it from herself) who remonstrated with him on his dangers from drink, and the pursuits of some of his associates, he replied,”
“I would also have remonstrated with the uncle and reminded him of his responsibilities to his orphaned nephew.”
“John Bellew remonstrated when he saw Kit arise with a hundred pounds in the straps and pick up a fifty-pound sack of flour and place it on top of the pack against the back of his neck.”
“She refused to shake the hand of the umpire Arnaud Gabas at the end and remonstrated with him as she left Court 11 for the locker room.”
“That's a good talking point," remonstrated his questioner, Myriam Marquez of The Miami Herald.”
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