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Adjective: moot  moot
  1. (law) of no legal significance (as having been previously decided)
     
  2. Open to argument or debate
    "that is a moot question";
    - arguable, debatable, disputable
Noun: moot  moot
  1. (law) a hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise
    "he organized the weekly moot"
Verb: moot  moot
  1. Think about carefully; weigh
    "They mooted the possibility of a strike";
    - consider, debate, turn over, deliberate

Derived forms: mooted, moots, mooting

See also: beside the point, controversial, irrelevant

Type of: case, causa, cause, discuss, hash out, lawsuit, suit, talk over

Encyclopedia: Moot