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n 1: an instance of questioning; “there was a question about my
; “we made inquiries of all those who were
2: the subject matter at issue; “the question of disease merits
; “under the head of minor Roman poets”
3: a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply; “he asked a
; “he had trouble phrasing his
, interrogative sentence
4: uncertainty about the truth or factuality of existence of
something; “the dubiousness of his claim”
; “there is no
question about the validity of the enterprise”
5: a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly
for discussion and vote; “he made a motion to adjourn”
“she called for the question”
6: an informal reference to a marriage proposal; “he was ready
to pop the question”
v 1: challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of; “We must
question your judgment in this matter”
, call into question
2: pose a series of questions to; “The suspect was questioned
by the police”
; “We questioned the survivor about the
details of the explosion”
3: pose a question [syn: query
4: conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio
reporting [syn: interview
5: place in doubt or express doubtful speculation; “I wonder
whether this was the right thing to do”
; “she wondered
whether it would snow tonight”
English → English
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Questioned
; p. pr. &
vb. n. Questioning
.] [Cf. F. questionner. See Question
1. To ask questions; to inquire.
He that questioneth much shall learn much. --Bacon.
2. To argue; to converse; to dispute. [Obs.]
I pray you, think you question with the Jew. --Shak.
, v. t.
1. To inquire of by asking questions; to examine by
interrogatories; as, to question a witness.
2. To doubt of; to be uncertain of; to query.
And most we question what we most desire. --Prior.
3. To raise a question about; to call in question; to make
objection to. “But have power and right to question thy
bold entrance on this place.”
4. To talk to; to converse with.
With many holiday and lady terms he questioned me.
Syn: To ask; interrogate; catechise; doubt; controvert;
Usage: Question, Inquire, Interrogate. To inquire is merely
to ask for information, and implies no authority in
the one who asks. To interrogate is to put repeated
questions in a formal or systematic fashion to elicit
some particular fact or facts. To question has a wider
sense than to interrogate, and often implies an
attitude of distrust or opposition on the part of the
, n. [F., fr. L. quaestio, fr. quaerere,
quaesitum, to seek for, ask, inquire. See Quest
1. The act of asking; interrogation; inquiry; as, to examine
by question and answer.
2. Discussion; debate; hence, objection; dispute; doubt; as,
the story is true beyond question; he obeyed without
There arose a question between some of John's
disciples and the Jews about purifying. -- John iii.
It is to be to question, whether it be lawful for
Christian princes to make an invasive war simply for
the propagation of the faith. -- Bacon.
3. Examination with reference to a decisive result;
investigation; specifically, a judicial or official
investigation; also, examination under torture.
He that was in question for the robbery. Shak.
The Scottish privy council had power to put state
prisoners to the question. --Macaulay.
4. That which is asked; inquiry; interrogatory; query.
But this question asked
Puts me in doubt. Lives there who loves his pain ?
5. Hence, a subject of investigation, examination, or debate;
theme of inquiry; matter to be inquired into; as, a
delicate or doubtful question.
6. Talk; conversation; speech; speech. [Obs.] --Shak.
, in debate; in the course of examination or
discussion; as, the matter or point in question.
. See under Leading
Out of question
, unquestionably. “Out of question, 't is
Out of the question
. See under Out
, beyond question; certainly; undoubtedly;
, a question put to a parliamentary
assembly upon the motion of a member, in order to
ascertain whether it is the will of the body to vote at
once, without further debate, on the subject under
Note: The form of the question is: “Shall the main question
be now put?”
If the vote is in the affirmative, the
matter before the body must be voted upon as it then
stands, without further general debate or the
submission of new amendments. In the House of
Representatives of the United States, and generally in
America, a negative decision operates to keep the
business before the body as if the motion had not been
made; but in the English Parliament, it operates to
postpone consideration for the day, and until the
subject may be again introduced. In American practice,
the object of the motion is to hasten action, and it is
made by a friend of the measure. In English practice,
the object is to get rid of the subject for the time
being, and the motion is made with a purpose of voting
against it. --Cushing.
To beg the question
. See under Beg
To the question
, to the point in dispute; to the real
matter under debate.
Syn: Point; topic; subject.