march against (someone or something)

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march against (someone or something)

To join in a protest march in opposition to someone or something. Nearly 200,000 people have come to march against the legislation being pushed forward by the new administration. Protestors marching against the new prime minister were violently dispelled by police forces earlier this morning.
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march against someone or something

to march in a demonstration against someone or something. The demonstrators marched against the mayor. The citizens got together and marched against crime and injustice.
See also: march
References in classic literature ?
I knew that that thought would keep saying itself over and over again in their minds and hearts, ALL ENGLAND IS MARCHING AGAINST US!
-- the matter is altered -- ALL ENG- LAND IS MARCHING AGAINST US!
The serjeant had informed Mr Jones that they were marching against the rebels, and expected to be commanded by the glorious Duke of Cumberland.
The new governor appears to have taken no active part in the war that was going on; although, at one period, he talked of marching against the enemy at the head of his company of cadets.
Among those marching against the Brexit Betrayal group were Labour grassroots group Momentum and Unite Against Fascism.
"We can't understand the reason for the rebrand but we are not marching against the club or saying 'Tan out'.
IS the Stop The War Coalition only interested in marching against the seven year-old Iraq invasion and the plight of the Gaza Palestinians?
Protesters marching against the closure of Ainsdale Hope high school
Come along and really honour the memory of those who fought and died in the Second World War to defeat fascism by marching against it ever re-emerging in any form.