Definition of protest:
- A solemn or formal declaration of opinion against some act or resolution; the written paper containing reasons of dissent from a motion or resolution; in a bill of exchange, a declaration against, for non- acceptance or non- payment.
- To make or enter a solemn declaration expressive of opposition; to make a solemn declaration of a fact or opinion; to mark or note, through a notary public, a bill of exchange for non- payment or non- acceptance.
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- contention (part of speech: noun)
- contend (part of speech: verb)
- oppose (part of speech: verb)
opposition (part of speech: noun)
- protest (part of speech: verb)
No, no, don't protest yet.- "Love and Lucy", Maurice Henry Hewlett.
- "On the Heels of De Wet", The Intelligence Officer.
- "The Major Operations of the Navies in the War of American Independence", A. T. Mahan.