without question


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without question

absolutely; certainly. She agreed to help without question. She said, "I stand ready to support you without question."
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without question

Certainly, undoubtedly, as in Without question he's the best editor we've ever had. [Late 1600s]
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beyond/without ˈquestion

without any doubt: She is without question the best student in the class.The view is, beyond question, the most spectacular in the whole area.
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without ˈquestion

if you do something without question, you do it without arguing or complaining: I expect officers to obey my orders without question.Her version of events was accepted without question.
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References in classic literature ?
Once again the hideous crew entered the service of their master, and without question took up their places in the skiff.
Without question or delay,--with the irresistible decision, if not rather to be called recklessness, which had so strangely taken possession of him, and through him of Hepzibah,--Clifford impelled her towards the cars, and assisted her to enter.
He was an Italian servant and was accustomed, as all the servants of the villa were, to accepting without question any strange thing his foreign master might do.
Without demur and without question, fast as tonga could fly or pony gallop, back to their Regiments and their Batteries, as though they were hastening to their weddings, fled the subalterns.
Without question he is, in a true if special sense, a really great poet.
It must be the work of every sober reader to make just reflections on them, as their own circumstances may direct; and, without question, this is what every one at some time or other may feel something of; I mean, a clearer sight into things to come than they had here, and a dark view of their own concern in them.
Corbyn's Labour Party is only interested in choosing candidates who will blindly follow party dictates without question, as party loyalty is all, while questions and scrutiny are seen as disloyalty, and those who question must be purged and demonised.
4 : doubt or uncertainty about something <I trust him without question.
Temple Emanu-El is, without question, one of New York City's great spiritual and civic landmarks," says John H.
Although he is traditionally accepted without question as one of the genuine heroes of Colonial history, Rogers's Abenaki and French foes quite naturally regarded him and his backwoods commandos in quite a different light.
As Gore and Guggenheim show, nearly a thousand recent scientific articles and essays accept the fact of global warming without question, yet our own media and White House continue to treat this planetary threat as a myth or fable, resulting in an American public being kept in the dark about the most urgent crisis of our age.
Across the four national contexts represented, without question the most significant issue raised by panelists concerned the shortage of counselor training programs and professionally trained counseling staff to deliver career services to individuals who need them.
Without question the great advantage of the multimedia courseware is that it gives undergraduate history students an indication of the sheer diversity of the structural forms that are implicated in the post World War II processes of re-working, re-constructing and coming to terms with Italian
Bella Lewitzky was without question one of the greatest dancers I have ever had the good fortune to experience.
NCLB is, without question, the most comprehensive and complex piece of legislation concerning education in the history of our country.