no questions asked

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Adjective[edit]

no questions asked

  1. (often hyphenated) Characterized by a pledge to make no inquiries concerning the motives, circumstances, or identity of the person receiving an agreed benefit or performing a proposed action.
    • 2010 Feb. 4, "The End of Switzerland," Newsweek (retrieved 21 Sep. 2010):
      The country quickly became famous for its no-questions-asked depositories.

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Adverb[edit]

no questions asked

  1. (of an agreement, promise, etc.) Without inquiring into the motives, circumstances, or identity of the person receiving a benefit or performing a proposed action.
    • 1993 Aug. 30, Marguerite Michaels et al., "The U.S. Thinks So," Time:
      Any Muslim is allowed to enter the country without a visa, no questions asked.

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