Definition of Mootings
1. mooting [n] - See also: mooting
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mootings
mootings (current term)
Literary usage of Mootings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford (1881)
"Vows of Celibacy— mootings in Inns of Court—Joyous Revels—Master Roo in Trouble—Rebellious Students—A Brick Fight—An Address to the King—Sir William ..."
2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1870)
"The mootings took place almost daily, both during term and in vacation. ... These mootings have gradually been allowed to f»H into desuetude. ..."
3. The Law Magazine and Law Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence by William S. Hein & Company (1868)
"Both in this account of the mootings and in that given by Stow of the readings it will be ... The mootings gradually fell into disuse like the readings, ..."
4. The Law Magazine and Law Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence by William S. Hein & Company (1870)
"The mootings of the first half-year commenced with Hilary Term, ... The subject of the mootings were feigned cases thrown into the form of pleadings, ..."
5. The Legal News by James Kirby (1878)
"The instruction so far as given in the Inns was mainly Readings and mootings. The ancient readings continued only about "three weeks in every Lent and every ..."
6. The Legal Observer, Digest, and Journal of Jurisprudence (1847)
"They were obliged to attend the readings, and most probably the mootings : they appear to have undergone considerable examination. ..."