Thesaurus / most questioning
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- as inincredulous
- as ininquiring
- as ininquisitive
- as ininsecure
- as injealous
- as inobservant
- as inquizzical
- as inskeptical
- as insuspicious
- as inunbelieving
- as ininterrogative
- as inanalytical
- as inwondering
- as ininquisitorial
- as ininvestigative
- as insnoopy
- as incurious
- as indisbelieving
- as indoubtful
- as inanalytic/analytical
other words for most questioning
antonyms of most questioning
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By questioning, Lawrence found all of these parties had orders to join Porter at or near Paris.
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Aunt Ri was a privileged character, but her logical method of questioning was inconvenient.
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Eyes exchanged quick, anxious glances, questioning, expressive of dismay.
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The agent's eyes were questioning Plenty Buffalo before the police chief had more than entered the doorway.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
"Yes, I have done pretty well," he said in reply to Varney's questioning gaze.
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It was many hours later that Octavie drew the locket from her bosom and looked at Edmond with a questioning appeal in her glance.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
At the same time, not having looked for this cross-questioning, he was all unprepared with any likely answer.
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Some parents consented to their children being interviewed alone; others desired, and were allowed, to remain for the questioning.
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Implicit and immediate obedience he demandedno questioning of his higher authority.
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The girl flashed a quick look upon him—a look partly of questioning, partly of disappointment.
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