use protested in a sentence.
The Rovers captain protested his innocence, but after consultation with an assistant, Lee Probert quite properly took the view that Samba had brought down Welbeck and had been the last defender.
"You'll be aground," the captain protested, seizing the wheel.
Ireland, India, South Africa, and New Zealand countries with active publication in English protested the settlement and have been exempted from it.
Clan Mamorukin protested; the daimyo were their guests and would not be harmed.
The Patriot Guard Riders are good; the lawsuit by the parent of a fallen Marine who the Phelps 'protested is good.