moot, adj.

1. Archaic. Open to argument; debatable.

2. Having no practical significance; hypothetical or academic (the question on appeal became moot once the parties settled their case). ¡ª mootness, n.

moot, vb.

1. Archaic. To raise or bring forward (a point or question) for discussion.

2. To render (a question) moot or of no practical significance.

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