Examples of remonstrate in a Sentence
He got angry when I politely remonstrated with him about littering.
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Just under half of those polled have been in an argument with someone in the car due to their interfering comments, and an unfortunate five percent have accidentally jumped a red light while remonstrating with an annoying passenger.
Freiburg coach Christian Streich had to be restrained from remonstrating with the ref as he too was sent off.
After angrily remonstrating at Oliver's decision to award a penalty against Juventus in the dying stages of the game, Buffon was shown a red card.
The former Juventus star was shown a yellow card for remonstrating with the referee against Sassuolo and has now been handed a suspension for totting up too many cautions this season.
Lyon top scorer Nabil Fekir remonstrated angrily with the officials after his claims for a second-half penalty were turned down.
Sáiz was given his marching orders for spitting at Robbie Willmott following McCoulsky's late winner, with the Newport winger seen remonstrating with officials just moments before a red card was shown.
According to Sky Sports, Wenger followed referee Neil Swarbrick into the tunnel and referee's changing room, remonstrating with him over the awarding of the crucial penalty to the Hornets.
Obama remonstrated about spreading the wealth, knowing when not to profit and realizing when one has made enough money.
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REMONSTRATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of remonstrate for English Language Learners
: to disagree and argue or complain about something
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