question (n.)
point at issue, problem, business
2H6 IV.ii.132[Cade to Staffords, of his parentage] Ay there's the question
AC II.ii.44.1[Caesar to Antony, of Egypt] if you there / Did practise on my state, your being in Egypt / Might be my question
AC III.xiii.10[Enobarbus to Cleopatra, of Antony] he being / The mered question
KL II.i.17[Edmund alone] I have one thing of a queasy question / Which I must act
TC II.iii.51[Thersites to Achilles] I'll decline the whole question
TC II.iii.81[Agamemnon to Patroclus, of Achilles] perchance he think / We dare not move the question of our place
WT I.ii.324.2[Leontes to Camillo, of Camillo's disbelief in Hermione's unfaithfulness] Make that thy question, and go rot! [i.e. if you doubt that, then go to blazes]
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