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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: , past participle of remonstrare, from Latin monstrare 'to show'

remonstrate

verb
     
rem‧on‧strate [intransitive] formal
to tell someone that you strongly disapprove of something they have said or done
remonstrate with
The Everton manager remonstrated angrily with the referee.
remonstrative adjective
remonstration noun [uncountable and countable]

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