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remonstrant

[ ri-mon-struhnt ]
/ rɪˈmɒn strənt /
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adjective

remonstrating; expostulatory.

noun

a person who remonstrates.
(initial capital letter) one of the Dutch Arminians whose doctrinal differences from strict Calvinists were set forth in 1610.

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Origin of remonstrant

First recorded in 1610–20, remonstrant is from the Medieval Latin word remōnstrant- (stem of remōnstrāns, present participle of remōnstrāre). See remonstrate, -ant

OTHER WORDS FROM remonstrant

re·mon·strant·ly, adverbhalf-re·mon·strant, adjectivenon·re·mon·strant, adjectiveun·re·mon·strant, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for remonstrant (1 of 2)

remonstrant
/ (rɪˈmɒnstrənt) /

noun

a person who remonstrates, esp one who signs a remonstrance

adjective

rare remonstrating or protesting

British Dictionary definitions for remonstrant (2 of 2)

Remonstrant
/ (rɪˈmɒnstrənt) /

noun

a Dutch supporter of the Arminian Remonstrance of 1610
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