a question that is hard to answer immediately
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How to use good question in a sentence
It's still a good question, only this time posed to responsible Republicans left aghast by Boss Rush and Boss Cruz.
So I guess the answer to your good question is that it really depends on who you are.
It was a good question, and certainly a possibility, but the same apparently was not asked of President Obama.
At the end of the talk, a very smart fellow journalist asked a very good question.
Ah, that's a good question, and one that Team Romney might have asked itself before it jumped.When Silence Should be a Politician's First Instinct | Justin Green | September 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
No one expected that it would be referred to the people, but this was a good question for obstructive purposes.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama | Walter L. Fleming
Well, it is a very good question, and I shall be willing to answer you.The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan | John Bunyan
This is a good question to ask, but the answer is too often disappointing.The Happy Golfer | Henry Leach
"A mighty good question, Dawson," Colonel Welsh said with an emphatic nod.Dave Dawson at Casablanca | Robert Sydney Bowen
A really good question like the German reparation question will go on for a century.My Discovery of England | Stephen Leacock