call into question


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Related to call into question: bring out, pass up, trip up, stilling, errs, holding forth, holding up
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Verb1.call into question - challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of; "We must question your judgment in this matter"
challenge - issue a challenge to; "Fischer challenged Spassky to a match"
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'The actions by the police call into question their commitment to the rule of law and their respect for citizens' rights and freedoms,'Mbogori said.
Given poor utilisation of barrier contraceptive methods for women at risk of HIV, appeal to population-level utility may call into question the wisdom of removing the one practical and highly effective pregnancy prevention system in the region.
"We really have to call into question the effectiveness of the tobacco control initiative, and the commitment to meeting these targets."
Askarov and the other defendants to attend the hearing and make their own statements could call into question the impartiality of the hearing," the U.S.
"When the international community reconvenes after the 30 days, there has to be some message, clear message, that this kind of behavior is not acceptable, or you will start to call into question the credibility of what the Security Council says when it says it," Rice told AP.
Professor Vasigh reportedly examined the economic premise of the Campbell-Hill study and found significant economic modelling errors that call into question the validity of the entire study.