Motion and Question

Motion

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Motion noun – A formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote.
Usage example: he made a motion to adjourn

Question is a synonym for motion. In some cases you can use "Question" instead a noun "Motion".
Nearby Words: motionless, motioned, motioning, motional
Synonyms for Motion

Question

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Question noun – A formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote.
Usage example: she called for the question

Motion is a synonym for question in issue topic. Sometimes you can use "Motion" instead a noun "Question".
Nearby Words: questionable, questioning, quest, questioned, questioner
Synonyms for Question

How words are described

exact exact motion exact question
similar similar motion similar question
normal normal motion normal question
single single motion single question
Other adjectives: actual, real, little, quick, important.

Both words in one sentence

  • Where It All Began Not returning to the start of the night at the junkyard, oh no, but to the event ten years prior that set everything into motion that culminated on the night in question.
  • Battle in the Center of the Mind If you lose the fight, the interrogator gets the answer to whatever question set this in motion.
  • Film / Blue Is the Warmest Color Deuteragonist: Emma is the catalyst for setting the story in motion as it dawns on Adèle the answer to her teacher's question on how does one know if the heart is missing something.
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