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Definition of "mooting" [mooting]

  • Present participle of moot. (verb)
  • The activity of taking part in a moot court. (noun)

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Use "mooting" in a sentence
  • "Perhaps it was originally written, _to bring Benedick into a mooting of affection_; to bring them not to any more _mootings_ of contention, but to a _mooting_ or conversation of love."
  • "I sometimes coach moot court teams and participate as a judge in mooting teams."
  • "Chief Justice Rehnquist recognized the significance of this distinction twenty years ago when he urged the Court to abandon the mootness doctrine altogether in cases already under review when the "mooting" events occur."
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