remonstrate


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to express opposition, often by argument

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They had been out that night and returned during the early hours worse for wear and woke you up " Mr Fawcett, 22, then went to remonstrate with Watson andJudge Tim Gittins their was the initial exchange between the pair.
Your initial reaction was to remonstrate with them, perhaps understandably, and you then took puerile revenge by soaking their beds.
Mrs Sikova then tried to remonstrate with him and she was struck again to the face.
When he stopped to remonstrate with them, members of the gang knocked him to the ground, he hit his head on a metal post and fractured his skull.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was charged with improper conduct last week for coming onto the pitch to remonstrate with match official Mike Dean, while Newcastle manager Joe Kinnear is likely to face similar action after yesterday labelling Martin Atkinson "a Mickey Mouse referee".
But Brown (right) said: "David put his head down to remonstrate with Clarkson because he thought he'd dived.
As revealed exclusively in later editions of yesterday's Gazette, the Boro boss has been cited for marching onto the pitch during the half-time interval at Tottenham to remonstrate with referee Phil Dowd following Franck Queudrue's controversial sending off on Sunday.
Rovers coach Phil Bater was so enraged that he dashed along the touchline to remonstrate with the linesman but to no avail.
He walked back outside to remonstrate with them and gave chase.
After the Finn race ended, the 34-year-old swam over to the offending boat and hauled himself on board to remonstrate with the crew, leading to his disqualification from races nine and 10, which meant he could no longer win a medal.
Ledger the trouble of having to walk the lap of honour WE EACH HAVE OUR POINT St Brigid's Barry Cahill scores as his displeased Summerhill victims remonstrate with each other IS IT SHADES OF 1988.
Mr Newlove, 47, a salesman with a plastics company, left his home in Warrington, Cheshire, on August 10 last year to remonstrate with a group of teenage thugs who had damaged his wife's car.
Staff went to remonstrate with the yobs, one of whom threatened the employee, saying: "I'm going to slash your face.
He admits he got out to remonstrate with the taxi driver.
Tess heads to Sammy's house to remonstrate then chases her across a building site, with desperately violent results for all concerned.