Synonym: ask, demand, inquire, interrogate, query, quiz. Similar words: in question, questionnaire, out of the question, beyond question, suggestion, investigation, prestidigitation, distinction. Meaning: ['kwestʃən] n. 1. an instance of questioning 2. the subject matter at issue 3. a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply 4. uncertainty about the truth or factuality of existence of something 5. a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote 6. an informal reference to a marriage proposal. v. 1. challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of 2. pose a series of questions to 3. pose a question 4. conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting 5. place in doubt or express doubtful speculation.
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(3) Hold up your hands if you have any question.
(4) She answered the question in the negative.
(5) The question will be settled tonight.
(6) The woman conductor kindly responded to my question.
(7) The question of race today is an explosive one.
(8) I have to say that last question flummoxed me.
(9) It's not a question of some abstract concept.
(10) This question comes into the domain of philosophy.
(11) He answered my question in a surprisingly deep bass.
(12) He parried the unwelcome question very skilfully.
(13) Cissie obeyed her mother without question.
(14) What is the current thinking on this question?
(15) Can I ask you a question ?
(16) He embarrassed me with a difficult question.
(17) I must think out this difficult question.
(18) She snubbed him by ignoring his question.
(19) The question caught me completely unawares.
(20) I came here specially to ask you a question.
(21) Do you have time to answer a question?
(22) People were indoctrinated not to question their leaders.
(23) He can answer the question however hard it is.
(24) He did not reply to her question right away.
(25) Does the question of cost figure in your plans?
(26) He stepped back(sentencedict.com),[sentencedict.com] affronted by the question.
(27) It seemed a perfectly legitimate question.
(28) The question had me completely stumped.
(29) He couldn't answer the question.
(30) I debated the question with Helen.
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