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American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Moot


MOOT, verb transitive [Latin contra.] To debate; to discuss; to argue for and against. The word is applied chiefly to the disputes of students in law, who state a question and discuss it by way of exercise to qualify themselves for arguing causes in court.

MOOT, verb intransitive To argue or plead on a supposed cause.

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