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Synonyms for question

in question

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  • under discussion
  • at issue
  • under consideration
  • in doubt
  • on the agenda
  • to be discussed
  • for debate
  • open to debate

out of the question

pop the question

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without question

Synonyms for question

a request for data

a situation that presents difficulty, uncertainty, or perplexity

to put a question to (someone)

to be uncertain, disbelieving, or skeptical about

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an instance of questioning

uncertainty about the truth or factuality or existence of something

a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote

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an informal reference to a marriage proposal

challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of

pose a series of questions to

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conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting

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These results and the fact that IBM has only shown 16-way results on the Regatta p690 system brings into question whether or not the IBM p690 architecture and AIX operating system have the capacity to scale to more than 16 CPUs.
The controversy brings into question how well Mexico's planting ban is followed or if it is even enforceable.
"This brings into question the whole processing issue," Hahn says.
Furthermore, in a bizarre twist, ontological blackness's strong ties to suffering and survival result in blackness being dependent on these issues, and as a result social transformation brings into question what it means to be Black.
He argues that the gay-marriage issue is subversive because it brings into question the essential inequality of the heterosexual marriage model, which is based on property rights and male domination.
The volume's closing essay (written in 1990) disarmingly brings into question all that has gone before.
This brings into question the whole universal benefit system that we have in this country.
This in turn will put pressure on passenger numbers and it again brings into question the credibility of a coalition Government promise - Prime Minister Cameron dismissed Labour claims that the Conservatives would slash free bus travel as "pure and simple lies" during the General Election campaign.
The intention to close the homes out of hand if a suitable buyer cannot be found seems very short sighted and brings into question the minimal survey carried out by the society in the past.