come into question

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: to cause doubts
The results of the study have come into question.

Examples of come into question in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The bill would create federal protections for IVF access nationwide, after access to the fertility treatment often used by women who struggle to become pregnant has come into question under state law in Alabama. Kaia Hubbard, CBS News, 28 Feb. 2024 Of course, there have always been geopolitical issues to navigate, but globalization itself has come into question post-pandemic with greater regionalization of supply chains prompting fragmentation. Fortune, 26 Feb. 2024 Tara is feeling pressured to lose her virginity, largely by Skye, whose qualities as a friend quickly come into question. TIME, 2 Feb. 2024 That both teams agree to keep their front offices and Chiefs’ training facility in Jackson County, something that has come into question as other NFL teams develop offsite practice facilities. Mike Hendricks, Kansas City Star, 19 Jan. 2024 But Moore’s leadership has come into question as several of his top commanders and closest confidantes have become caught up in scandals. Libor Jany, Los Angeles Times, 12 Jan. 2024 Now, her claim of Indigenous Canadian ancestry has come into question after an exposé in Canadian Broadcasting Co.’s long-running investigative doc series The Fifth Estate. Angela Aleiss, The Hollywood Reporter, 19 Dec. 2023 But more recently, its relationship with Israel has come into question. Carlos De Loera, Los Angeles Times, 16 Oct. 2023 The sleeping arrangements have also come into question, as the Insider report quoted one former cast member claiming to have seen cockroaches in their sleeping quarters. Emily Longeretta, Variety, 27 Sep. 2023

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“Come into question.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/come%20into%20question. Accessed 17 Apr. 2024.

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