After all, many of her answers were pure Daily Show bait, full of ignorance and absurdity.
That's emblematic: the group's work is cut out for them, but thus far only raises more questions than it answers.
Now her body has been found and police are searching for answers—but mainly finding more questions.
It might get Obama reelected, but it leave us no closer to the answers we need.
“It is the responsibility of the new government to uncover all the answers to who was shooting our citizens,” he says.
Come, you must let me speak for you, or at least interpret your answers to my own liking.
I now send you copies of my letters to my uncles: with their answers.
I appreciate your sympathy, but what I need is action and information and answers.
answers not dissimilar have been given before by other artists in like case.
Perhaps the editor is waiting for his second edition before he answers that one.
Old English andswaru "an answer, a reply," from and- "against" (see ante) + -swaru "affirmation," from swerian "to swear" (see swear), suggesting an original sense of "make a sworn statement rebutting a charge." A common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon antswor, Old Norse andsvar, Old Frisian ondser, Danish and Swedish ansvar), implying a Proto-Germanic *andswara-. Meaning "a reply to a question," the main modern sense, was present in Old English. Meaning "solution of a problem" is from c.1300.
Old English answarian "to answer;" see answer (n.). Meaning "to respond in antiphony" is from early 15c.; that of "to be responsible for" is early 13c. Related: Answered; answering. The telephone answering machine is from 1961.