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
First things first, that’s not happening – despite Green’s frustrations and protestations.
Blame game Despite protestations from the Cubs, a Major League Baseball source denied the league office was responsible for the decision to play in brutal weather Saturday at Wrigley Field.
Kaepernick’s protestations have absolutely become part of his evaluation as a player.
Of course, the Commission’s protestations cut little ice with U.S. tech companies, who account for about half the 140 companies likely to be affected by the tax.
All protestations to the contrary, Evans and Gary Clark are 1 and 1A in deflections.
Despite scientists' protestations, the government plans to introduce another virus later this year to try reducing the out-of-control carp population.
His heroine, Irene (Michelle McLeod) is a chubby, overprotected dork who wants to be a cheerleader, despite the protestations of her mom Lydia (Anastasia Phillips), a former pepster herself.
Trump has repeatedly demonstrated loyalty to the NRA’s agenda since being elected, and even his recent protestations about new constraints on gun sales have been tempered with assurances that NRA leaders are good, patriotic people.
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Definition of protestation for English Language Learners
: a strong statement that something is true when other people do not believe it is true
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