Definition of interrogation point in English:

interrogation point

Syllabification: in·ter·ro·ga·tion point
(also interrogation mark)


Another term for question mark.
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  • The ‘refuge’ clause in the approval in this sense is understandable but translating it into enhanced economic benefits to the farmers still carries a big interrogation mark.
  • Any questions, or are you just going to be the eternal interrogation mark come September?

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