Question Synonyms and Antonyms

kwĕs'chən

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Synonyms for Question

A question posed only for dramatic or persuasive effect.
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(Computing, databases) To pass a query to a database to retrieve information.
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Text giving further detail on a subject.
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To ask
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A basic manual in some subject.
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Mystery is defined as something that is a secret, something where there is no clear explanation, something difficult to understand or explain or something unexplainable or unsolvable.
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A query
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A methodology based on an assumption of doubt with the aim of acquiring approximate or relative certainty.
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A written or oral question that must be answered under oath and is asked by a party in a lawsuit of another party or of a potential witness prior to trial.
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The definition of suspicious is someone or something questionable or likely to be suspect.
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Not safe; dangerous.
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challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of
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The definition of a cavil is a silly or petty objection.
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(--- Law) The formal registration of protest against the admission of a piece of evidence at trial, on the grounds of some legal defect.
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The use of equivocal language.
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Refusal to accept or believe something.
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The act of impugning, or the state of being impugned.
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To discuss or argue (a question, for example) formally.
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To ask
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To ask
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To propose a plan to (someone).
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To regard with suspicion; to hesitate at; to question.
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(Obs.) Apprehension or fear
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Inquire is defined as to look into something, to ask a question or to ask for information.
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The state of being dubious.
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The state or quality of being doubtful; doubt; uncertainty.
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The definition of an interrogative is a word that indicates a question is being asked.
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The definition of interrogate is to formally ask inquisitive questions, especially for the purposes of trying to find out something the other person doesn't want you to know.
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To be interviewed; to attend an interview.
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(Rare) To contradict or controvert; to oppose; to challenge or question the truth or validity of a given statement.
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A query
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(Historical) A general tribunal established by the Roman Catholic Church in the 13th cent. for the discovery and suppression of heresy and the punishment of heretics; often, specif.,
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1603, John Florio, translating Michel de Montaigne, Essays, II.35:
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To seek to obtain by persuasion, entreaty, or formal application:
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To ask
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To ask
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To ask
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To penetrate or explore physically, especially with a probe, in order to find or discover something:
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The definition of ambiguous is something that is unclear or not easily describable.
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Pertaining to a catechism.
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Not sharp, certain, or precise in thought, feeling, or expression
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A formal interrogation:
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A questioning or inquiry.
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(Dated) The act by which somebody is quizzed, or teased.
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(UK) Alternative spelling of catechize.
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To engage in discussion or argument; debate.
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Suspect is defined as to think something is likely or believe someone has done something wrong or is guilty of something.
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The definition of a wonder is someone or something that amazes people, or something miraculous or amazing.
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A question that suggests the answer or that contains the information for which the examiner is looking.
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A query
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The definition of enigma is something or someone that is puzzling or a riddle. The word "enigma" first appeared in print in 1449. Its origins remain as mysterious as the word itself. It is likely to derive from the Latin ænigma, meaning a riddle, or the Greek, ainigma, which derives from the word ainissesthai, "to speak obscurely, speak in riddles."
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(Law) The offer by a party of what he has in view as to an intended business transaction, which, with acceptance, constitutes a contract.
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To test by carefully questioning in order to find out the knowledge, skill, qualifications, etc. of (a student, witness, job applicant, etc.)
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Quest is defined as to search, seek or journey.
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To try to find, to look for, to search.
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(Intransitive) To speak or sing loudly, to call out.
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To make a request, commonly in written form.
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To ask
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To give oral instruction, especially of religion; now specifically by the formal question-and-answer method; in the Church of England, to teach the catechism as preparation for confirmation.
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An objection, exception, or other formal questioning of the capability or legal qualifications of a person, the existence of a right, or the legality of an action or thing. An objection by a party or a lawyer to a potential juror or jury panel and his or her request that a judge disqualify the individual or the panel from hearing that party’s cause or trial. To call into question.
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To ask
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(Law) To question (a witness produced by the opposing side) as in order to challenge previous testimony
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To observe or inquire into in detail; examine systematically:
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To interview (a government agent, for example) at the end of an assignment, especially to obtain intelligence or to provide instructions regarding information that should be kept secret.
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To ask
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To get (information) from a person in this way
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To ask
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To have no trust, faith, or confidence in; doubt; suspect
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Provoking or likely to provoke controversy
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Of, subject to, or stirring up controversy; debatable
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Open to questioning; that which can be denied, challenged, or disputed.
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The definition of cryptic is defined as something with unclear or hidden meaning, or a secret.
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Controversial. Not fully proved, open to debate, sometimes used humorously.
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Of or characteristic of a dialect; dialectal
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Of opinions, propositions or questions, subject to dispute; not settled.
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Inclined to dispute; fond of arguing; contentious
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Of questionable character:
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Subject to doubt or question; uncertain.
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The definition of equivocal is something having several different meanings.
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Conditional; contingent:
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That can be impugned; open to (verbal) attack, open to question.
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Not yet settled, concluded, or known; doubtful or inconclusive
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The definition of obscure is hard to see in the low light or hard to understand.
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Of, having the nature of, or expressing a paradox or paradoxes
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Aggressive in verbal attack; disputatious.
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Not settled; yet to be determined; uncertain
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Of or relating to any of the extremist factions of the Irish Republican Army established in 1970.
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Not yet determined or specified.
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The definition of shady is providing darkness and coolness from the sun, or of questionable character.
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Of or relating to Socrates or the Socratic method:
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Doubtfulness or uncertainty as regards interpretation:
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(By extension) an overwhelming outburst of words, especially of criticism
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Plural form of dialectic
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A lengthy, formal discourse that analyses or explains some topic; a dissertation or treatise.
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(Rare) The state or characteristic of being dubious.
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The quality of being equivocal.
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A judicial inquiry, as a coroner's investigation of a death
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The act of interpellating; formal calling to account of a cabinet minister, etc. by a legislative body
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(Linguistics) Topic, what is being talked about, as opposed to rheme
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To ask to know or be informed of
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To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer.
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To hit or kick with a lot of power.
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To annoy or harass (a speaker) by interrupting with questions or taunts
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To verbally assault, especially to argue against an opinion, motive, or action; to question the truth or validity of.
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(US) to ask someone.
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(Philosophy) To address (a person) in a way that presupposes a particular identification of them; to give (a person) an identity (which may or may not be accurate).
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To question in a survey; canvass.
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To put forward or propose (a question, problem, etc.)
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A violent or highly contentious situation:
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(Idiomatic) A troublesome situation; an issue whose resolution is difficult or contentious, but not necessarily complex.
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A doubtful thing
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Uncertainty.
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Lack of trust or confidence:
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Suspicion is having a feeling, thinking or believing that someone is guilty of something.
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(Uncountable) Doubt; the condition of being uncertain or without conviction.
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(Now archaic, regional) To doubt the existence or reality of.
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The foremost or leading position:
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A prompting from within; an impulse or inclination:
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(UK, Australia, New Zealand) A question.
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a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply
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(Figuratively) Something ventured to test (an)other(s)' feelings, opinion, position.
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A query
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(Scotland, US) To make angry; provoke.
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Antonyms for Question

An answer is defined as something that is similar or a close copy.
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Reply is defined as to speak or write a response to something.
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A homogeneous mixture, which may be liquid, gas or solid, formed by dissolving one or more substances.
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(Music) A harmonious combination of simultaneously sounded tones.
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Agreeable sounds; music
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Inevitability:
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(Countable) An understanding between entities to follow a specific course of conduct.
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Words Related to Question

A single copy of a periodical:
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An act or instance of asking.
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To be uncertain, disbelieving, or skeptical about
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Something, such as a game, toy, or problem, that requires ingenuity and often persistence in solving or assembling.
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A situation that presents difficulty, uncertainty, or perplexity
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