What is another word for re monstrances?

244 synonyms found


[ ɹˌiː mˈɒnstɹənsɪz], [ ɹˌiː mˈɒnstɹənsɪz], [ ɹ_ˌiː m_ˈɒ_n_s_t_ɹ_ə_n_s_ɪ_z]

Re monstrances, also known as rebukes or objections, are expressions of disapproval or criticism. Synonyms for this word include admonitions, reproaches, criticizes, admonishments, or censures. These words can be used interchangeably depending on the context or the degree of severity of the reprimand. Additionally, other related words may also be used, such as disapprovals, condemnations, or remonstrations. While they all convey negative expressions, the subtleties among them can help to convey the exact tone or emotion behind the re monstrances. Regardless of the chosen word, re monstrances often serve as a warning or call to action to encourage someone to change their behavior.

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How to use "Re monstrances" in context?

The term "remonstrance" was first used by St. Augustine of Hippo in the 4th century AD. A "remonstrance" is a formal speech used to call attention to a wrong that has been done, to urge the person or people responsible for the wrong to change their behavior, and to ask for assistance in fixing the problem.

In the context of the Catholic Church, a "remonstrance" is a written plea or request for assistance from the Church to a particular individual, group, or institution.

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