Thesaurus / mooting

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The government, indeed, attempts to combat all nuisances by mooting and fostering a variety of agitations.

The period when 'readings,' 'mooting,' and 'case-putting' fell into disuse or contempt, is known with sufficient accuracy.

A Book About LawyersJohn Cordy Jeaffreson

For the islanders, having just left the court of the mooting, were none of them armed.

The Thirsty SwordRobert Leighton

The unbiassed inquirer is driven to suspect that 'case-putting' soon became an idle ceremony, and 'mooting' a mere pastime.

A Book About LawyersJohn Cordy Jeaffreson

They know the danger of mooting questions between landlord and tenant; and it is the very danger which tempts them to it.

And now, if your words have the meaning I read into them, you are mooting precisely the same drivelling scheme.

Right Ho, JeevesP. G. Wodehouse

He seems to think he is mooting to me a spick and span new idea—that he has invented something.

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