calling into question

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Synonyms for calling into question

a challenge to defend what someone has said

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This reality begs a more intriguing distinction between our time and the future, calling into question the near extinction of our most precious muse, our alienation.
Furthermore, consistent with what Motient has been saying for some time now, ISS noted that Highland President James Dondero participated in many of the transactions he is now calling into question while he served on Motient's board of directors.
Post-colonial thought, feminism, and voices from many other marginalized sectors - all criticisms of the dogmas of modernity - are calling into question both tradition and the "universal" claim of the kind of history reflected in encyclopedias, as if it were every group's experience.
Dynegy's downgrades by Standard & Poor's, Fitch Ratings and Moody's Investors Service are expected to cause a Dynegy subsidiary to default under a sizeable agreement to purchase power from a Cogentrix subsidiary, calling into question the Aquila-Cogentrix agreement.
announce that, for the fourth time since July 6, 1999, Waste Management (NYSE:WMI) has issued an announcement calling into question the accuracy of its financial projections and disclosures.