Origin of remonstrant
OTHER WORDS FROM remonstrantre·mon·strant·ly, adverbhalf-re·mon·strant, adjectivenon·re·mon·strant, adjectiveun·re·mon·strant, adjective
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How to use remonstrant in a sentence
Animadversions: 'Animadversions upon the remonstrant's defence against Smectymnuus.
He found himself shaking his head under the Jesuit's remonstrant eyes.The Magnetic North|Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
She felt Mrs. Wix rear up again at the offensive word, but she succeeded in touching her with a remonstrant hand.What Maisie Knew|Henry James
As a divine, his theology was liberal and critical beyond even that of the Remonstrant School.Locke|Thomas Fowler
The suffrage petitions this year had 5,741 signatures, the remonstrant petitions 81.