remonstration


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Synonyms for remonstration

the act of expressing strong or reasoned opposition

Synonyms for remonstration

the act of expressing earnest opposition or protest

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diplomatic remonstration was severe and led to another election, which resulted in the victory of the much more palatable Victor Yushchenko.
Max Morden made a vocation out of a remonstration. At seven, preparing for his First Communion, Max was admonished by a zealous priest to eschew the mortal sin of looking.
For example, protest against Pimp Juice, an energy drink promoted by the rapper Nelly, was a mere ripple compared to the tidal wave of remonstration against Ghettopoly.
When errors in judgment are made, they should be used as an improvement opportunity, not as a cause for remonstration and "memos to the employee file."
For Nawaz, as a casualty of the confrontation, redemption lies in an all-out remonstration against the superstructure, a narrative which without the rallying cry of his party rings hollow.
But they will be well advised to stay away from the precincts of such Holy shrines to carry out their remonstration dramas for fear of reprisals by various religious communities.
In a show of remonstration against him, the Anfield faithful burned Torres replica jerseys outside Anfield after his move was announced.
Pakistani authorities condemning this act had proposed a flag meeting which was held on Thursday between the local commanders in which they showed severe remonstration on the violation of cease-fire pact.
However, he affirmed that there had been unprovoked firing from the Indian side in Krishnaghati sector on Pakistani check posts and the Pakistani side retaliated Pakistani authorities condemning this act had proposed a flag meeting which was held on Thursday between the local commanders in which they showed severe remonstration on the violation of cease-fire pact.
The Arabic term for normalization, tatbeeh, now serves as a word of remonstration and criticism against Arab organizations or individuals who maintain ties and relations with Israel and Israelis.
He responded to the extremely polite remonstration by the aggrieved driver with a rude gesticulation of his middle finger and a remark I would not wish to include in this column.
In her excellent article "Buy Nothing, Improve Everything," Ilana Boivie hopes to motivate consumers to a "remonstration against this flawed economic structure." I believe everybody must get more familiarized with sources that buttress Humanists' constructive arguments.
Indeed, it's rare for a play so full of remonstration and self-reproach to leave so little impact, notwithstanding the best efforts of director Anthony Page -- ably recovering from his dull NT "The Forest" earlier this year -- to animate what eventually resembles an exercise in veiled autobiography more likely to be purgative for the playwright than anyone else.
It has to be averred that where the ire and remonstration by PML-N stalwarts was anticipated, the reaction by the establishment entailing booking Shahbaz Sharif, his son Hamza Shahbaz, former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and 50 other leaders of the party under the hyper-bole of terrorism and 'inciting' the crowd was beyond just a cautious overreaction and should be addressed for all its oppressive underpinnings.
When he finally 'fessed up, expecting some form of remonstration his grandfather's response took him by surprise.