remonstration

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remonstrate +‎ -ion

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remonstration (plural remonstrations)

  1. Protest, objection, disapproving pleading, or an act thereof.
    • 1903, Frank Norris, The Pit, ch. 3:
      His voice full of remonstration, he repeated continually: "Time's up, gentlemen. Go on now and get your lunch. Lunch time now. Go on now, or I'll have to report you. Time's up."

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