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moot -- as in: moot question
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  • —The moot point is did he forget it, J. J. O’Molloy said quietly, turning a horseshoe paperweight.
  • What he wanted to ascertain was why that ship ran bang against the only rock in Galway bay when the Galway harbour scheme was mooted by a Mr Worthington or some name like that, eh?
  • Also, without being actually positive, it struck him a great field was to be opened up in the line of opening up new routes to keep pace with the times apropos of the Fishguard-Rosslare route which, it was mooted, was once more on the tapis in the circumlocution departments with the usual quantity of red tape and dillydallying of effete fogeydom and dunderheads generally.

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  • It’s a moot point.
  • may render our actions moot

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