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moot
used in Change of Heart by Picoult

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Definition
describing an issue or discussion as irrelevant due to another issue or decision

or:

arguable with no clear-cut answer (especially with regard to case law)
  • Besides, I told myself, this was all likely a moot point.
  • I had five—my rationale being that my body, up until three weeks ago, wasn't worth much more than being a canvas for my art; plus the threat of getting AIDS from a dirty needle was obviously a moot point.

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