Both Hames and Church took to Twitter to remonstrate with the media mogul, demanding an apology.
They will expostulate, they will remonstrate, but they will not go to war with their own Colonies.
If we send a lawyer and statesman to remonstrate, he is driven out.
He gave him a magnificent Latin certificate, and enjoined silence on the abb de Frilair, who was venturing to remonstrate.
I was going to remonstrate; but he silenced me by pouring them into my trowsers' pockets.
Against this unprecedented breach of privilege parliament sent a deputation humbly to remonstrate; but all to no purpose.
Poor Jemimarann only sighed: she knew it was of no use to remonstrate.
And since then the majority of the people began to remonstrate against the imprisonment of the governor.
I found it idle to remonstrate with the king about the indolence of his subjects.
He is too great a favourite with my husband in other respects, for me to remonstrate with him in any other than this distant way.
1590s, "make plain," back-formation from remonstration, or else from Medieval Latin remonstratus, past participle of remonstrare "to demonstrate" (see remonstrance). Meaning "to exhibit or present strong reasons against" is from 1690s. Related: Remonstrated; remonstrating.