Definition of Moots

1. Noun. (plural of moot) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of moot) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Moots

1. moot [v] - See also: moot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moots

moot points
mootable
mootah
mooted
mooter
mooters
mootest
moothill
moothills
mooting
mootings
mootman
mootmen
mootness
mootnesses
moots (current term)
moove
mooved
mooves
mooving
mop
mop-and-flop
mop-headed
mop handle
mop head
mop heads
mop squeezer
mop squeezers
mop the floor with someone
mop up

Literary usage of Moots

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1. A Treatise of Fruit-trees by Thomas Hitt (1757)
"... or longer, with three or four buds * or eyes at the upper end that appear plump, and are in a fair way of putting forth moots : let all the others that ..."

2. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1907)
"moots second and fourth Saturday, 232 Broome. Dr. Philip Klein (21). ... moots second and fourth Sunday, 105 Allen. Bernard Baer (27). ..."

3. A Short History of English Law: From the Earliest Times to the End of the by Edward Jenks (1922)
"So far from desiring to abolish the jurisdiction of the local moots, the kings, at first at any rate, were constantly insisting that they should be held as ..."

4. The Origin and Growth of the English Constitution: An Historical Treatise by Hannis Taylor (1890)
"C. 18. Origin of the itinerant judicature. Justices from the curia sit in the shire- moots. Financial visitations followed by judicial. ..."

5. The Early Norman Castles of the British Isles by Ella S. Armitage (1912)
"APPENDICES APPENDIX A PRIMITIVE FOLK-moots THE popular meetings of the Anglo-Saxons, those of the hundred and the shire, were held in the open air. ..."

6. The Records of the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn: The Black Books by James Douglas Walker, Lincoln's Inn (London, England) (1899)
"Facilities were given for attendance at moots. Any gentleman of the Inn not in Commons might take a repast in Hall ..."

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