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A Leading Question ( a question asked when one is looking for a certain answer ... )

"A Leading Question"

A leading question is a question that one asks when one is looking for a certain answer.

Example: "That is a leading question. I am not going to answer it."

A leading question does not feel like an honest and open question because the person is looking for a specific answer.

Example: "I don't trust lawyers. They always ask leading questions."

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