Idiom:  no question

Meaning 

Idiom:  no question

  • definitely, without any doubt


Example sentences

  • There's no question that my boss is pregnant—she is throwing up in the bathroom every morning and is very sensitive to smells.
  • I'm going to the party tonight—there's no question about that. I just don't know how I am going to get there.
  • There's no question you're going to make the cheerleading squad. Your dancing and acrobatics are amazing.
  • He didn't do it. There's no question my son would not steal something from the school.
  • There's no question Sam is the best candidate for the position so let's make an offer now before he finds another job.
  • You're an excellent programmer—no question about it—but your people skills are awful.
  • I don't know how we'll afford it but there's no question my daughter will get braces.

Synonyms

  • without (a) doubt
  • beyond question
  • for sure
  • no two ways about it

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