Part of speech:


Part of speech: verb

To debate; argue.

Part of speech: adjective

Open to discussion; intended merely for discussion.

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Usage examples "moot":

  1. The business transacted at the Moot, we are told, was little more than to receive taxes, provide for the defence of the city, and settle disputes. - "The Book-Hunter at Home", P. B. M. Allan.
  2. She appeared absorbed in her own thoughts, and from the expression of her face one might have hazarded a guess that she was inwardly debating some moot point. - "The Vision of Desire", Margaret Pedler.
  3. The question of the speed of the automobile on the roads, in France and England, as indeed everywhere else, has been the moot point in all legislation that has been attempted. - "The Automobilist Abroad", M. F. (Milburg Francisco) Mansfield.