noun see question II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.


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  • questioner — question ► NOUN 1) a sentence worded or expressed so as to obtain information. 2) a doubt. 3) the raising of a doubt or objection: he obeyed without question. 4) a problem requiring resolution. 5) a matter or issue depending on conditions: it s… …   English terms dictionary

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  • questioner — ques|tion|er [ˈkwestʃənə US ər] n someone who is asking a question, for example in a public discussion …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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