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Question Noun Synonyms
ask, examine, interrogate, query, interview, sound out, quiz, pump, grill, give (someone) the third degree
He was questioned for six hours as to his whereabouts.
problem, difficulty, confusion, doubt, dubiousness, uncertainty, query, mystery, puzzle
Is there some question about the qualifications of the new employee.
call in or into question, doubt, query, mistrust, distrust, cast doubt upon, dispute, suspect
Investigators have long questioned the relationship between the banks and the drug barons.
Question Verb Synonyms
query, inquiry or enquiry
I asked you a simple question, 'Where were you last night?', I expect a civil answer.
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