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  • Dorothea quietly persisted in spite of remonstrance and persuasion.
  • "Oh, why?" said Sir James, in a tender tone of remonstrance.
  • All three ladies remonstrated.
  • "Father!" said Mary, in her deepest tone of remonstrance.
  • While he lived, he could claim nothing that she would not still be free to remonstrate against, and even to refuse.
  • "How can you think of that?" said Dorothea, in a tone of earnest remonstrance.
  • Or should he consult Sir James Chettam, and get him to concur in remonstrance against a step which touched the whole family?
  • "No, no, not so bad as that," said Lydgate, giving up remonstrance and petting her resignedly.
  • She looked at her lover with some wondering remonstrance as she spoke, and he readily understood that she might wish to lengthen the sweet time of double solitude.
  • The pity which had been the restraining compelling motive in her life with him still clung about his image, even while she remonstrated with him in indignant thought and told him that he was unjust.
  • Fred’s voice had taken a tone of grumbling remonstrance, and Mr. Farebrother might have been inclined to smile if his mind had not been too busy in imagining more than Fred told him.
  • This was a shuffling concession of Mr. Brooke’s to Sir James Chettam’s indignant remonstrance; and Will, awake to the slightest hint in this direction, concluded that he was to be kept away from the Grange on Dorothea’s account.
  • Opening her own letter Dorothea saw that it was a lively continuation of his remonstrance with her fanatical sympathy and her want of sturdy neutral delight in things as they were—an outpouring of his young vivacity which it was impossible to read just now.
  • The auctioneer burst out in deep remonstrance.
  • What place was there in her mind for a remonstrance to lodge in?
  • That seemed to be true, and Mrs. Bulstrode’s remonstrance subsided into pity for poor Rosamond, whose extravagant education she had always foreseen the fruits of.
  • It was Lydgate’s misfortune and Rosamond’s too, that his tenderness towards her, which was both an emotional prompting and a well-considered resolve, was inevitably interrupted by these outbursts of indignation either ironical or remonstrant.
  • That thought with which Dorothea had gone out to meet her husband—her conviction that he had been asking about the possible arrest of all his work, and that the answer must have wrung his heart, could not be long without rising beside the image of him, like a shadowy monitor looking at her anger with sad remonstrance.
  • Why should Mr. Casaubon’s not be valuable, like theirs?" said Dorothea, with more remonstrant energy.
  • There is some gratification to a gentleman"—here Mr. Trumbull’s voice conveyed an emotional remonstrance—"in having this kind of ham set on his table."
  • When I nursed my poor master, Mr. Robisson, I had to give him port-wine and brandy constant, and a big glass at a time," added Mrs. Abel, with a touch of remonstrance in her tone.

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  • When she has a complaint with her staff, she will remonstrate quietly and in private.
  • The lawyers will remonstrate that we’re starting without a written agreement, but we trust each other.

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