The National Right to Life Committee, for example, asks the leading question “Is Abortion Safe?”
It was a leading question, and Jim explained his position frankly.
He spoke truth, but he had evaded answering the leading question.
"That is what lawyers call a leading question," came the prompt retort.
But stop,” said Mary Anna; “you must not ask him by a leading question.
I take it then it was your impression—I will change my question because I don't want to ask a leading question here.
This was a leading question, and the Captain was more embarrassed than ever.
"That is so," nodded the other, wondering what pitfall lay behind this leading question.
This was a leading question, for I did not yet know whither we were bound.
"That's a leading question, little coz," he said laughingly, toying with her curls.
An unfair question that is designed to guide the respondent: “You were drunk the night of the accident, weren't you, Mr. Norris?”