Definition of "questioned" []

  • A form of words addressed to a person in order to elicit information or evoke a response; interrogative sentence (noun)
  • A point at issue (noun)
  • A difficulty or uncertainty; doubtful point (noun)
  • An act of asking (noun)
  • An investigation into some problem or difficulty (noun)
  • A motion presented for debate by a deliberative body (noun)
  • A matter submitted to a court or other tribunal for judicial or quasi-judicial decision (noun)
  • To put a question or questions to (a person); interrogate (verb)
  • To make (something) the subject of dispute or disagreement (verb)
  • To express uncertainty about the validity, truth, etc, of (something); doubt (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of question. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "questioned" in a sentence
  • "Not having a clue what book it is, I'm curious if the scene in questioned is written from the POV of the person who did take pleasure from whatever the heinous act was?"
  • "The affidavit was signed by a number of men who claimed they had known Hamilton for years, stating, “that for truth and veracity we have never heard his word questioned and that we do verily believe his statement to be true and correct.”"
  • "I think that the delay in the officer being questioned is harming the Met considerably."
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