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moot

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of moot




moot

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of moot

  1. 1 to present or bring forward for discussion <conservatives had shouted down the proposal when it was first mooted> Synonyms bring up, broach, introduce, place, raiseRelated Words allude (to), cite, mention, name, refer (to); offer, propose, suggest; air, express, speak (of), talk (about), vent, ventilate; interject, interrupt; debate, discuss, thrash (out or over)Near Antonyms censor, hush (up), quiet, silence, suppress

  2. 2 to talk about (an issue) usually from various points of view and for the purpose of arriving at a decision or opinion <the issue of whether a person's nature or upbringing is more important continues to be mooted by experts and laymen alike> Synonyms agitate, argue, bandy, bat (around or back and forth), canvass (also canvas), debate, dispute, hash (over or out), discuss, talk overRelated Words review, speak (about), talk (about); broach, introduce, propound, raise, stir up; forge, hammer out, talk out, thrash (out), wrestle (with); chew over, consider, deliberate, weigh




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