Shake our fists at - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
shake (one's) fist at (someone or something) (redirected from shake our fists at)
shake (one's) fist at (someone or something)
To demonstrate one's anger, frustration, or annoyance toward someone by raising one's fist and shaking it in their direction. Can be used literally or figuratively. The old man sits on his porch shaking his fist at kids who walk on his lawn. There's no point shaking your fist at the universe when things aren't going your way—you just need to pick yourself up and do everything in your power to make things better.
shake your ˈfist (at somebody) hold up your fist (= your closed hand) at somebody because you are angry or because you want to threaten them: He got out of the car, shaking his fist in anger at the driver in the car behind.
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Come, let us shake our fists at
the sky and defy the heavens themselves by building flat roofs on every house, office and grocery store as far as the eye can see
Is it not time," he asked, "that we learned not to shake our fists at