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.
This was a leading question, and the Captain was more embarrassed than ever.
"That is what lawyers call a leading question," came the prompt retort.
This was a leading question, for I did not yet know whither we were bound.
I take it then it was your impression—I will change my question because I don't want to ask a leading question here.
He spoke truth, but he had evaded answering the leading question.
"That is so," nodded the other, wondering what pitfall lay behind this leading question.
But stop,” said Mary Anna; “you must not ask him by a leading question.
"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?”