What is the past tense of remonstrate with?

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The past tense of remonstrate with is remonstrated with.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of remonstrate with is remonstrates with.

The present participle of remonstrate with is remonstrating with.

The past participle of remonstrate with is remonstrated with.

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If I were still a member of the party, I would have remonstrated with them when they voted not to reselect him.
Even Miss Grange, now reduced to second place, remonstrated with her senior.
On their journey, the Roman envoys sent to assume the office of protectorship remonstrated with Philip.
In vain Rama remonstrated with her, but she refused to be separated from him.
I remonstrated with him mildly but firmly, but only received insolence in return.
I recently remonstrated with two of them throwing crisps at each other and then the bag thrown on the ground and received a torrent of abusive foul language.

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