Examples of protestation in a Sentence
Despite his protestations to the contrary, he appears to be guilty.
the governor went on television to make a passionate protestation of his innocence in the bribery scandal
Recent Examples of protestation from the Web
Last week, despite protestations from American citizens and politicians alike, the FCC voted 3-2 to remove internet protection rules put in place by President Barack Obama’s administration in 2015.
Trump either lies to absolutely everybody in his inner circle, or has the absolute power of self-delusion, sufficiently strong that his most apparently sincere protestations of his innocence mean nothing at all.
His protestations of love are not borne out by his behavior.
Durbin told Sessions that undocumented immigrants are not causing Chicago's gun violence problems, despite Sessions' frequent protestations.
Scenes of Shakespeare follow S-M porno shoots; protestations of romantic yearning come between depictions of graphic violence.
My Friday post—which argued Facebook is a media company, despite its protestations otherwise, and needs to accept the responsibilities that go along with that—provoked dozens of responses from CEO Daily readers.
For all his protestations, all his disavowals, the perception that Mourinho is inherently cautious, that his teams are not the most beautiful in the world, has long irked him.
Even as the United States joined the chorus of protestations, Barzani pushed ahead.
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