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To complain or raise objections
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“I must respectfully demur to the idea that this is in line with traditional farmhouse offerings.”
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To be hesitant or show reluctance
“It is true that at least one of the small states did demur for a while to entering the federation.”
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To disagree with or dispute
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To cower or flinch
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To refuse or say no to
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To take a less aggressive position in a conflict than one previously has or has planned to
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To object to
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To have doubts or suspicions about
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To experience an obstuction of one's windpipe
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The action of objecting to something
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“Prudie has long felt that the reflexive, polite demur is not necessary when people are impertinently out of line, either with their advice or their questions.”
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The action of hesitating or being reluctant over something
“Eliza's defense of her virtue, and her demur at the idea of marrying Higgins, is one with her desire for autonomy and her right to self-expression.”
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A reluctance or lack of enthusiasm
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The holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held
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A sudden sensation of misgiving
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A person's moral sense of right and wrong, viewed as acting as a guide to one's behaviour
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