Definition of remonstrate:
evoke, murmur, tantalise, bedevil, chide, claver, claver, comment, confabulate, cane, arouse, chatter, visit, devil, gossip, manducate, bait, tease, tantalize, challenge, call attention, conjure, get to, beat out, bring up, jaw, growl, signalize, rebuke, take exception, chew the fat, gravel, underdress, ride, rattle on, raise, support, strap, grumble, invoke, beat, bawl out, frustrate, chit-chat, vex, chew out, kick, yack away, bother, take to task, stir, censure, talk, except, confab, call on the carpet, demur, chafe, vanquish, crucify, chew, flog, yap away, cod, notice, reproof, slash, welt, grouch, criminate, find fault, trounce, repine, set up a squawk, put forward, inveigh, nettle, protest, conjure up, scold, chew up, squawk, point out, razz, natter, lash, chitchat, rally, taunt, dun, grunt, remark, lambast, twit, expostulate, annoy, torment, call forth, complain, lambaste, dress down, signalise, rile, get at, have words, irritate, berate, yack, chaffer, croak, shell, lather, whip, nark, shoot the breeze, lecture, reprimand, call down, crush, chat, object, masticate, rag.
- "An Isle in the Water", Katharine Tynan.
- "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
" Yes," was the reply, " and it is asserted in the diplomatic circles of foreign governments that she was rammed by the orders of a power alleged to be friendly to our Government, and that our department of state does not dare remonstrate and ask for reparation for the reason that an investigation would reveal the fact that the $ 10, 000, 000 in gold which was lost was not really, as alleged, on its way from the sub- treasury in New York to the treasurer of the Chinese Empire."- "Boy Scouts in a Submarine", G. Harvey Ralphson.