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The big question mark Saturday is whether any snow falls before the icy precipitation takes over and then whether more sleet or freezing rain falls.

Nonetheless, there continues to be a question mark over whether circumstances could change.

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The big question mark is how far north and east the primary low center will track before a new low center develops.

It’s hard to be sure of any potential outcome when there are so many question marks over what comes after third-party cookies.

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Now, whether he starts on the active roster or on the taxi squad is a question mark, and the lack of preseason games hurts his chances of moving up.

But I am very good at turning a question mark into an exclamation point.

When asked what will happen to Giglio when the ship is gone, he simply draws a giant invisible question mark on the table.

For seven years now, Jon Hamm's debonair ad exec has been the existential question mark at the center of the series.

“Now there's a question mark about where that's going to go,” he said.

She remembers things like the time to she found “a note he wrote to himself that said ‘put on pants’…with a question mark.”

This is but the replacing of the question mark with a meaningless label.

Such is the way of the buzzard—that shifting black question mark which punctuates a Southern sky.

"The question mark after the 'Whither' would look nice on the cover," he reflected regretfully.

I scored this matter with a question mark, putting it aside to think on more when I should be alone.

We always went to church in the morning, and people were very kind, but it was kindness with a question-mark.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to question mark, such as: conundrum, puzzle, bewilderment, cliffhanger, crux, and cryptogram.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.