Examples of question mark in a Sentence
The team's pitching is a big question mark this season.
Recent Examples of question mark from the Web
The question mark about Martinez’s management has always been his capacity to organize a defense.
The question marks have become exclamation points, fueling some to say this is Dantonio’s most talented roster in his decade-plus in East Lansing.
Another question mark is, believe it or not, in the passing game.
While Ostrander's participation is the big question mark heading into the race, the heat could be the X factor.
Yet another big question mark is the looming trade war with China, and the future impact of new memory producing companies being established there.
The big question mark may be President Donald Trump, whose shaky appeal with affluent suburban Republicans brought many of those districts into play in the first place.
The question mark was her desire, something that’s gutted her to Grand Slam titles, Olympic gold medals and No. 1 rankings.
So, the big question mark is graphics—how does this strange Frankenstein chip perform?
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QUESTION MARK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of question mark for English Language Learners
: the punctuation mark ? that is used after a direct question or to indicate that something (such as a birth date) is uncertain
: someone or something that causes feelings of doubt or uncertainty
QUESTION MARK Defined for Kids
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