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remonstrate (re·mon·strate): / ri MAHN strayt /
(1) to reason or argue, especially forcefully; to plead in protest
(1) to plead or say in objection, disapproval, or protest
(2) to show (obsolete)
[From Medieval Latin remonstratus, past participle of remonstrare meaning “to exhibit, show, demonstrate,” from monstrare meaning “to show.”]
Usage: Don’t remonstrate with my opinions unless you’ve done your homework first.