Synonyms of demur in English:

demur


See definition of demur

verb

1‘Mr Steed demurred when the suggestion was put to him’

SYNONYMS
raise objections, object, take exception, take issue, protest, lodge a protest, cavil, dissent
raise doubts, express doubt, express reluctance, express reservations, express misgivings, be unwilling, be reluctant, balk, hesitate, think twice, hang back, drag one's heels, refuse
informal be cagey, boggle, kick up a fuss, kick up a stink

noun

1‘they accepted the ruling without demur’

SYNONYMS
objection, protest, protestation, complaint, dispute, dissent, carping, cavilling, recalcitrance, opposition, resistance
reservation, hesitation, reluctance, unwillingness, disinclination, lack of enthusiasm
doubts, qualms, misgivings, second thoughts
a murmur, a peep, a word, a sound
informal niggling, griping, grousing, boggling
demurrers
rare demurral