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acquiesce to agree silently or without protest; comply; consent.
aw used to express protest, displeasure, disbelief, or the like.
Boston Tea Party a protest by colonial Americans against the British tax on imported tea in which colonists disguised as Indians boarded ships in Boston Harbor and dumped several hundred chests of tea overboard on the night of December 16, 1773.
boycott to refuse to buy, use, attend, or deal with (a product, activity, business, or the like), usu. as a protest or means of persuasion. [1/2 definitions]
counterprotest combined form of protest.
dissent disagreement, objection, or protest, or a spoken or written declaration thereof. [1/3 definitions]
firestorm a violent public outburst or disturbance, as of protest. [1/2 definitions]
folk-rock popular music that combines characteristic elements of folk music and rock-'n'-roll, often using lyrics similar to the former, with rhythm from the latter, as in songs of social protest.
hue and cry a public outcry of alarm, protest, or the like.
-in2 organized public activity of (such) a type, often as a means of demonstrating approval or protest.
intifada (Arabic) used most often to refer to the uprising begun by Palestinian Arabs in 1987 to protest Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Literally meaning "shaking off," the term can also be used in general to refer to an uprising or revolt.
inveigh to utter angry or bitter complaints or criticism; protest vigorously (usu. fol. by against.)
longhair (informal) someone with long hair, esp. when hair length symbolizes protest against conventional values. [1/5 definitions]
open letter a letter, usu. of protest or criticism, that is addressed to a specific individual or group but published in a newspaper or magazine to gain public attention.
outcry a strong public protest. [1/2 definitions]
picket a person or group of people posted in front of a business or building to protest policies, and to discourage customers or prevent workers from entering, esp. during a strike. [3/5 definitions]
protestation the act of objecting; protest. [1/3 definitions]
raise the devil cause a loud commotion; protest loudly.
rant a very loud or vehement act of speaking, esp. in protest or complaint. [1/3 definitions]
reggae a music influenced by blues, calypso, and rock-'n'-roll that originated in Jamaica, has a simple, strong, syncopated beat, and often has lyrics of social protest.
remonstrance an expression of protest or objection. [1/2 definitions]