remonstrator
noun see remonstrate

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Remonstrator — Re*mon stra*tor (r?*m?n str?*t?r), n. One who remonstrates; a remonsrant. Bp. Burnet. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • remonstrator — See remonstration. * * * …   Universalium

  • remonstrator — rɪ mÉ‘nstreɪtÉ™(r) / remÉ™n n. one who expresses objection, one who makes statements of protest, one who states grievances …   English contemporary dictionary

  • remonstrator — re·mon·stra·tor …   English syllables

  • remonstrator — (t)ˌstrād.ə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: remonstrate + or : one that remonstrates …   Useful english dictionary

  • remonstrate — verb ( strated; strating) Etymology: Medieval Latin remonstratus, past participle of remonstrare to demonstrate, from Latin re + monstrare to show more at muster Date: 1695 intransitive verb to present and urge reasons in opposition ; expostulate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • remonstrate — remonstratingly, adv. remonstration /ree mon stray sheuhn, rem euhn /, n. remonstrative /ri mon streuh tiv/, adj. remonstratively, adv. remonstrator /ri mon stray teuhr/, n. /ri mon strayt/, v., remonstrated, remonstrating …   Universalium

  • protester — prəʊtestÉ™(r) n. remonstrator, demonstrator, one who makes a public display of objection; one who opposes, one who objects …   English contemporary dictionary

  • protesters — prəʊtestÉ™(r) n. remonstrator, demonstrator, one who makes a public display of objection; one who opposes, one who objects …   English contemporary dictionary

  • remonstrate — [ rɛmənstreɪt] verb make a forcefully reproachful protest. Derivatives remonstration noun remonstrative adjective remonstrator noun Origin C16 (earlier (C15) as remonstration): from med. L. remonstrat , remonstrare demonstrate , from L. re… …   English new terms dictionary

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