remonstrantly

re·mon·strant

 (rĭ-mŏn′strənt)
adj.
Characterized by remonstrance: "Pericles is the least remonstrant of Shakespearean heroes, a stalwart sufferer who is not about to challenge the injustice of the gods" (David Richards).
n.
1. A person who remonstrates.
2. Remonstrant A member of a Christian sect originating among a group of Dutch Arminians who in 1610 formally stated the grounds of their dissent from strict Calvinism.

re·mon′strant·ly adv.
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remonstrantly

(rɪˈmɒnstrəntlɪ)
adv
in a remonstrant or opposing manner
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"But, Dorothea," he said, remonstrantly, "you can't undertake to manage a man's life for him in that way.
"My dear fellow," said Newman, remonstrantly, "what child's play!