Friday, 22 June 2012



1. subject or open to debate
2. (trans.) to suggest or bring up for debate
3. (intr.) to plead or argue theoretical or hypothetical cases, as an academic exercise or as vocational training for law students
4. a discussion or debate of a hypothetical case or point, held as an academic activity
5. (in Anglo-Saxon England) an assembly, mainly in a shire or hundred, dealing with local legal and administrative affairs

I’ve never heard moot the point before
As if this needed discussing once again
You are mine and that is my final word
Mind that it does not become yours as well.

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