question[ kwes-chuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF question
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUESTION
A vote was taken on the question of exile, and the black pebbles predominated.
Whether it had ever been painted, was a question not easily solved.
These losses are doubtless irreparable so far as the stocks in question are concerned.
Arrived at Calcutta, the question arose: "What shall we do with him?"
After watching Hope for a time in silence, she began to question her.
From that moment on, no Jew dared to question the authority of Moses.
To be indifferent to it, or independent of it, was out of the question.
This question was addressed to the lady, who drew back, and made no reply.
You are going to question me, I suppose, why your sister is not thought of for Mr. Solmes?
You may guess what your father's first question on his return will be.