Definition of Remonstration. Meaning of Remonstration. Synonyms of Remonstration

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Definition of Remonstration

Remonstration
Remonstration Re`mon*stra"tion (r?`m?n*str?"sh?n), n. [Cf. OF. remonstration, LL. remonstratio.] The act of remonstrating; remonstrance. [R.] --Todd.

Meaning of Remonstration from wikipedia

- A protest (also called a demonstration, remonstration or remonstrance) is a public expression of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or...
- specialized form of seppuku in feudal times was known as kanshi (諫死, "remonstration death/death of understanding"), in which a retainer would commit suicide...
- Hojo clan's Board of Retainers. Nichiren considered this as his second remonstration to the government. According to Nichiren's own account, he was sentenced...
- the latter's ancestral vineyard (1 Kings 21:1-16). Upon the prophet's remonstration ("Hast thou killed and also taken possession?" (1 Kings, 21:19)), Ahab...
- Joseon Dynasty Korea, 150 Sungkyunkwan students staged an unprecedented remonstration against the king in 1519 over the Kimyo purge. Extreme forms of student...
- Rome's presiding cleric, named Clement, wrote on behalf of his church to remonstrate with the Corinthian Christians who had ejected clergy without either...
- forced Leno to leave the game on a stretcher, being visibly upset and remonstrating at Maupay, and was replaced by backup goalkeeper Emiliano Martínez for...
- studies in the Book of Habak**** that "far from being a sin, proper remonstration with God is the activity of a healthy faith relationship with Him."...
- After the performance on 23 November, Hart went into the audience and remonstrated with a man whom he had earlier told to "shut up" from the stage. He also...
- fouled by Wolfgang Overath midway inside the German half and, rather than remonstrate or head back into defence, he picked himself up quickly while looking...
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