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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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Oral arguments brought into question the continuing validity of ASARCO, Inc.
The validity of this concept has been brought into question by recent court decisions.
Professor Ljubomir Frckoski's participation in the commission has now been brought into question considering he has recently been declared as collaborator of the secret services by the lustration commission.
I KNOW the Newcastle police officer's driving should be brought into question, but why were these schoolgirls out at 11.
The 29-year-old was dropped after a poor first Test on England's tour of New Zealand and his desire to play for his country was brought into question.
AN ELEVENTH hour cancellation of last night's game between North Wales and Breconshire has brought into question the Welsh counties set-up and may see a shift towards fixtures across the border.
Its organization of the World Cup has been beset by problems, and match- fixing scandals have brought into question the integrity of the game.
Brodie needed to shed his clothes to hit the nine-stone limit at yesterday's weigh-in while champion Harrison, whose ability to make featherweight has frequently been brought into question, made the mark at the first attempt.
It's her childish enthusiasm about the story rather than the story itself that becomes the focus of the work: Her extreme eagerness to narrate turns the narration in on itself; again, language takes center stage at the moment when its efficacy is brought into question.
After a scientific review and evaluation of the study, EFSA's AFC Panel determined that the study had flaws which brought into question the validity of the findings as interpreted by the Ramazzini Institute.