Protest synonyms

prə-tĕst', prō-, prō'tĕst'
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A public display of group opinion, as by a rally or march:
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(Intransitive) To oppose.
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To have a differing opinion:
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Public demonstration
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To give vent to angry disapproval; protest vehemently.
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Demur is defined as to object or delay.
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To express opposition, often by argument
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To oppose by argument; protest.
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The definition of lambaste is to beat, or to scold or berate by yelling.
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(Archaic) To oppose
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To express opposition, often by argument
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(Rare) To contradict or controvert; to oppose; to challenge or question the truth or validity of a given statement.
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To make a claim (to be something), to lay claim to (a given quality, feeling etc.), often with connotations of insincerity. [from 16th c.]
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To feel or express strong unwillingness or repugnance:
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To say or plead in protest, objection, complaint, etc.
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(Idiomatic) To attend something for one time, as a visitor.
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Praise is defined as to give someone approval, or to thank God.
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The induction or evaluation of an immune response in an organism by administration of a specific antigen to which it has been sensitized.
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(Law) A formal protest against a ruling of the trial court on a question of law, such as the admissibility of a certain piece of evidence, to make clear for the record that the issue is being preserved for a potential appeal.
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An expression of protest, complaint, or reproof, especially a formal statement of grievances.
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(Aviation) A four-digit transponder code used by aircraft for identification or transmission of emergency signals.
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Dissent is defined as a disagreement in opinion.
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Objection
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A large public meeting to discuss public affairs, demonstrate public approval or disapproval, etc.
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A sharp increase in price or value after a decline.
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Public demonstration
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A riot caused by racial hatred or dissension.
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The definition of clamor is loud and often unpleasant or chaotic noise.
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Noisy commotion, as of a crowd; uproar
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A state of great disorder or uncertainty.
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A legal authorization, usually by a law passed in an emergency, to delay payment of money due, as by a bank or debtor nation
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An extended session of lectures or discussions on controversial topics as a form of protest.
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Public demonstration
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To participate in a public demonstration in opposition to (something):
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Of, characterized by, or exhibiting remonstration.
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Making, given to, or marked by noisy and vehement outcry.
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Nonviolent opposition to a government policy or law by refusing to comply with it, on the grounds of conscience
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The definition of a complaint is an expression of, or the cause of, pain, anger, discontent, regret or annoyance.
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A public action in the form of a protest to the government or those in power
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The definition of a harangue is a long and intense verbal attack or a long and passionate speech.
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To assert positively; to tell with confidence; to aver; to maintain as true.
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To assert is defined as to make a statement with full confidence of its truth and factuality.
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To assure means to make a commitment or promise.
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To formally assert as a fact, such as in a pleading; to allege.
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To acknowledge or declare openly and unashamedly:
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To complain.
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To boycott is to not use or buy a product or service in order to show support for a cause.
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Combat means to fight or struggle.
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To make a formal accusation or bring a formal charge; file a complaint.
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To fight for (ground, a military position, etc.); struggle to win or keep
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To evaluate (something), and judge its merits and faults
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To say positively or emphatically
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To assert that something is not true.
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To deprecate is defined as to show disapproval about something or someone or to belittle someone.
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To strive or contend about; to contest.
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To express opposition, often by argument
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To protest or remonstrate; to reason earnestly with a person on some impropriety of conduct.
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To try to overcome; struggle against or contend with
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To oppress or afflict.
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To serve as a picket
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To be disgusted or shocked; feel repugnance
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To dismantle and pack up for departure:
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An expression of favorable acceptance and encouragement; a compliment that also condones.
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(US, government) The act of an authorized representative of the Government by which the Government assents to ownership by it of existing and identified supplies, or approves specific services rendered, as partial or complete performance of a contract.
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Financial or other help.
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To give approval; have a favorable opinion (of)
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To exclude; to specify as being an exception.
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(Uncountable) A comment of earnest reasoning meant to dissuade or remonstrate.
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A refusal to comply with or satisfy a request.
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To present or set up in opposition; to pose.
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(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
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