Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of protestation.

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Examples

  • Despite several angry protestations from the floor, this was ignored, and people with a green band were told to put their hands up.

    Tory Party fractures in Bedford over Mayoral Open Primary

  • Despite several angry protestations from the floor, this was ignored, and people with a green band were told to put their hands up.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Then, monarchy (which, notwithstanding certain protestations, can be a reasonable substitute for dictatorship) and now, democracies.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Democratic Cooperation

  • The motorcar was here to stay despite protestations from the rural districts, coachmen and other citizens alarmed by the emergence of the horse-powered vehicle over the horse, but many automobile manufacturers and enthusiasts found it prudent to capture the support of lawmakers, preferably the highest in the land – Parliament.

    The Spirit of Ecstasy | Edwardian Promenade

  • It increases the global determination to be rid of US/UK financial domination, to weaken the US/UK currencies, whatever short-term protestations may be heard on MSM, to neautralise a system that results in creditor nations being responsible for funding US military hegemony/encirclement, to their own detriment.

    [sedition] if you blog, you're seditious

  • And then mark how his faith comes out -- not in protestations,

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Your protestations are a deadweight loss as far as your goals are concerned, but from our perspective they diffuse expectations about how reformist the future will be.

    Pangloss was Right: Reform is Always Bad

  • For all the "protestations" of moral principles, the right has been nurturing "corporate welfare queens" ever since Ronnie Reagan made that corruption an endemic part of the American government.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • For all the "protestations" of moral principles, the right has been nurturing "corporate welfare queens" ever since Ronnie Reagan made that corruption an endemic part of the American government.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • For all the "protestations" of moral principles, the right has been nurturing "corporate welfare queens" ever since Ronnie Reagan made that corruption an endemic part of the American government.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

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