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Definition of "remonstrating" [remonstrating]

  • Present participle of remonstrate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "remonstrating" in a sentence
  • "NOTwithstanding your prohibition, my dear George, I must write half a score lines upon the subject of your last very inexplicable epistle; but I will not preach, as you would term my remonstrating, I will only pray, beg, supplicate that you will develope the mystery in your last."
  • "While such speech may indeed facilitate crime, it is also useful for legal and perhaps even constitutionally protected purposes, such as remonstrating with the delegates or demonstrating outside their hotels or even their homes."
  • "After his side were beaten 3-1 at home in the second-round match at the County Ground the Italian could be seen remonstrating with Clarke as the team left the pitch."