everything. We no longer should be working, going to school, playing, watching TV, or
anything else we once did.
- 1.a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to something.
"the Hungarian team lodged an official protest"
synonyms: objection, complaint, exception, disapproval, challenge, dissent, demurral, remonstration, fuss, outcry
"he resigned as a protest"
- an organized public demonstration expressing strong objection to a policy or course of action adopted by those in authority.
"a protest march"
- 1.express an objection to what someone has said or done.
"she wouldn't let him pay, and he didn't protest"
- publicly demonstrate strong objection to a policy or course of action adopted by those in authority.
"doctors and patients protested against plans to cut services at the hospital"
- North Americanpublicly demonstrate an objection to (a policy or course of action).
"the workers were protesting economic measures enacted a week earlier"
- 2.declare (something) firmly and emphatically in the face of stated or implied doubt or in response to an accusation.
"“I'm not being coy!” Lucy protested"