The word moot is an archaic term meaning "argue, debate, discuss." In early English history, a moot was a meeting to discuss local affairs. Moot comes from the Old English gemot, meaning "meeting."
Now that looks like a fun accompaniment to "Action Jackson" by Jan Greenberg (hate the title, love the book) for the kids, especially when we're out of paint for the real version! Thanks, Camille!
It IS addictive, isn't it? But you're far better at it than I am.
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