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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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The volume's closing essay (written in 1990) disarmingly brings into question all that has gone before.
USW District 9 Director Connie Entrekin said, "This government complaint against the NFS contractor brings into question whether the company is more interested in running the plant safely or fighting with its union workforce.
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.
ALAN WESTON'S article (Daily Post, October 5) on improved rail services serving the North-west brings into question the claims made by Northern Way.
This brings into question the legitimacy and propriety of the city's approval of the expansion documents.
It brings into question the validity of the `there's only one' chant.
This latest saga once again brings into question the composition of the board of the BHB.
It brings into question whether taxpayers should be expected to subsidise the Royal family.