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Query

Antonyms for query:

reply, answer.

Synonyms for query:

Sense 1

straw poll, open question, questionnaire, the third degree, grilling, inquisition, leading question, trick question, rhetorical question.

Sense 2

Polling, poser, puzzle, conundrum.

Sense 3

riddle.

Sense 4

follow up.

declaration

utterance.

doubt

Misdoubt.

enquire

explore.

question

ask.

Other synonyms and related words:

doubtfulness, interrogative sentence, call, Misdoubt, puzzle, uncertainty, interrogatory, distrust, interpellate, utterance, skepticism, interview, call into question, misgiving, head, doubt, motion, pump, suspicion, interrogative, research, Dubitation, Polling, oppugn, leading question, mistrust, wonder, open question, debrief, questionnaire, dubiety, enquiry, dubiousness, poser, reservation.

Sense 2 (noun)

leading question, questionnaire, rhetorical question.

demand for answers (noun)

dubiety, interrogation, skepticism, suspicion, uncertainty, inquiry, question, reservation, interrogatory, problem.

enquiry (noun)

exploration.

query (noun)

question, inquiry, interrogation, enquiry.

question (noun)

examination, contemplation, interrogation, inquest, interpellation, exploration.

request (noun)

urge, request, desire, wish, demand, bid, petition, invitation, solicitation, question, plea, requisition, want, inquiry, probe, appeal, summons, entreaty.

ask (verb)

catechize, dispute, interrogate, mistrust, quiz, challenge, examine, inquire, distrust, doubt.

communication (verb)

question.

question (verb)

catechize, delve, examine, quiz, investigate, interrogate, poll, explore, interpolate, challenge, debate, canvass, ask, survey, contemplate, dispute.

request (verb)

invite, inquire, summon, seek, solicit, plead.

Usage examples for query:

  • She looked the query that there was no need for lips to speak. - "A Fool There Was", Porter Emerson Browne.
  • Kalph's eyes spoke an indignant query. - "The Lilac Sunbonnet", S.R. Crockett.

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