They will expostulate, they will remonstrate, but they will not go to war with their own Colonies.
But the friend turned to William Darling, and began to expostulate with him.
It was now his turn to expostulate; but how could he “hope for mercy, rendering none?”
The man continued to address, to expostulate, to pray, to soothe.
“Were I your inferior in birth and education I should have a perfect right to expostulate,” said Owen.
So the lady chose to think it her duty to expostulate with Hugh on the subject.
Some endeavoured to hustle him, and others began to expostulate.
Alonzo looked anxious, but there was no time to expostulate.
Therefore, as it is mine and the common cause of mankind, I presume to expostulate with you on this occasion.
All he would do was to get into his carriage and set off to expostulate with the King.