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Similar words: smoothsmooth outmoodya blue moonfootboottoothshootMeaning: [muːt]  n. a hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise. v. think about carefully; weigh. adj. 1. of no legal significance (as having been previously decided) 2. open to argument or debate. 
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1. It's a moot point whether men or women are better drivers.
2. He argued that the issue had become moot since the board had changed its policy.
3. The fear that airstrikes could endanger troops is moot now that the army is withdrawing.
4. It's a moot point whether building more roads reduces traffic congestion.
5. This, of course, is a moot point.
6. What's the correct definition of the word "moot"?
7. It's a moot point whether this is censorship.
8. The point turned out to be moot.
9. Whether the law should be this is a moot point.
10. It is moot whether it should be treated as metaphor or not.
11. Even if Proposition 559 passes, it will become moot if the Supreme Court says it's unconstitutional.
12. It is a moot point which of these avant-garde strategies has been the more effective.
13. It is a moot point whether hierarchies exist outside our own thought processes.
14. It only became a moot point because David was a meal ticket for so many people.
15. But it became a moot issue when prosecutors announced Monday their decision not to refile.
16. The point became moot when my grandmother offered us cookies and milk.
17. It is a moot point whether a supranational authority is also required.
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18. Whether these controls will really reduce violent crime is a moot point.
19. Whether this should be enforced by law or not is a moot point.
20. How long he'll be able to do so is a moot point.
21. The district attorney said if McVeigh is given the death penalty and his conviction is upheld on appeal, the state prosecution would become moot.
22. Whether chocolate is an aphrodisiac or whether it lives up to its reputation as a substitute for love is moot.
23. As the evening wore on, however, the question became moot.
24. Alternatively, cross-licensing agreements might be negotiated -- or the whole question could be rendered moot by further innovations, attorneys say.
25. By the time the order took effect, however, the issue had already become moot.
26. Whether they have appeared as part of the C. and A.G.'s audit is a moot point.
27. Whether this input has made a significant impact on the pattern of activity is a moot point.
28. Quite how long Lord Young was proposing to delay publication is a moot point.
29. When you go to a place called Texas Bone, deciding what to order becomes a moot point.
30. Of particular interest is the area around the upper reaches of the Aver known as the Moot.
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