moot point

Definition of "moot point"
  1. An issue that lacks practical relevance or value, or is unsettled and open to debate
How to use "moot point" in a sentence
  1. Whether we go to the park or the museum is a moot point if it keeps raining.
  2. The study's results became a moot point after new research emerged.
  3. Arguing about the invitation color is a moot point; we must decide on a venue first.

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