Definitions of "moot"
  1. Refers to driving a topic into a state of open discussion or debate
  2. Pertains to something that's lost its relevance or practical impact, becoming only of academic interest
How to use "moot" in a sentence
  1. After the lawmakers agreed, the controversial bill became moot.
  2. The point became moot after the agreement was signed.
  3. Since the issue was resolved, debating it further was a moot exercise.

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