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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

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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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No doubt, though, his style of play would be brought into question, as moderate matches would ensue.
Once again his tactical awareness is brought into question, although the turning point was the Baros penalty miss, because the way we were playing and against 10 men, we would surely have gone on to take the three points had he scored.
The 9/11 attacks made Americans feel vulnerable and brought into question American exceptionalism.
However, recent developments have brought into question the accepted principles of hedge fund investing.
This claim has now been brought into question by Major Tonie Holt and his wife Valmai in their book 'My Boy Jack'.
The durability and applicability of this reform is brought into question by the recent dismissals of several university administrators who used their newly-granted autonomy to encourage "bourgeois democracy."
There is only a short treatment of trade unionism and the extraordinary strikes that marked the region in the 1920s (readers will be better served by David Corbin's Life, Work and Rebellion in the Coal Fields).(2) Trotter here judiciously sidesteps a recent heated debate among scholars as to whether racism or interracial harmony characterized the history of the United Mine Workers in the early twentieth century (he mainly provides examples of worker cooperation across racial lines).(3) Without coverage of workers equivalent to that for the black bourgeoisie, it is hard to grapple with the whole issue of "class and color." Also brought into question is Trotter's challenging notion of "proletarianization" as an organizing principle for migration studies.
Recent litigation between the owner of a commercial condominium and the condominium's Board of Managers concerning the calculation of common charges brought into question the applicability of General Business Law Section 352-e(2-d) to a commercial condominium owner that defaults in the payments of common charges.
Oral arguments brought into question the continuing validity of ASARCO, Inc., 458 US 307 (1982), and F.
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.