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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
ace, acropolis, air, atom, bastion, beachhead, bit, black sheep, blemish, blockhouse, bridgehead, bubble, bunker, castle, chaff, chip, citadel, cobweb, cork, crumb, dab, dole, donjon, dot, down, dram, dribble, driblet, drop, droplet, dust, dwarf, ether, fairy, farthing, fasthold, fastness, feather, fleck, flue, fluff, flyspeck, foam, foreign body, foreign intruder, fort, fortress, fragment, froth, fuzz, garrison, garrison house, gnat, gobbet, gossamer, grain, granule, groat, hair, handful, hold, impurity, intruder, iota, jot, keep, little, little bit, martello, martello tower, microbe, microorganism, midge, minim, minimum, minutia, minutiae, misfit, mite, modicum, molecule, monkey wrench, motte, nutshell, oddball, ounce, particle, pebble, peel, peel tower, pillbox, pinch, pinhead, pinpoint, pittance, point, post, rath, safehold, scrap, scruple, sliver, smidgen, smitch, snip, snippet, speck, splinter, sponge, spoonful, spot, spume, stone, straw, strong point, stronghold, thimbleful, thistledown, tiny bit, tittle, tower, tower of strength, trifling amount, trivia, vanishing point, ward, weed, whit
Dictionary Results for mote:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
mote
    n 1: (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything [syn: atom,
         molecule, particle, corpuscle, mote, speck]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Mote \Mote\, n.
   The flourish sounded on a horn by a huntsman. See Mot, n.,
   3, and Mort. --Chaucer.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Mote \Mote\, n. [OE. mot, AS. mot.]
   A small particle, as of floating dust; anything proverbially
   small; a speck.
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         The little motes in the sun do ever stir, though there
         be no wind.                              --Bacon.
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         We are motes in the midst of generations. --Landor.
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4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Mote \Mote\, v.
   See 1st Mot. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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5. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Mote \Mote\, n. [See Moot, a meeting.] [Obs., except in a few
   combinations or phrases.]
   1. A meeting of persons for discussion; as, a wardmote in the
      city of London.
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   2. A body of persons who meet for discussion, esp. about the
      management of affairs; as, a folkmote.
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   3. A place of meeting for discussion.
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   Mote bell, the bell rung to summon to a mote. [Obs.]
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6. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Mot \Mot\ (m[=o]t), v. [Sing. pres. ind. Mot, Mote, Moot
   (m[=o]t), pl. Mot, Mote, Moote, pres. subj. Mote;
   imp. Moste.] [See Must, v.] [Obs.]
   May; must; might.
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         He moot as well say one word as another  --Chaucer.
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         The wordes mote be cousin to the deed.   --Chaucer.
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         Men moot [i.e., one only] give silver to the poore
         freres.                                  --Chaucer.
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   So mote it be, so be it; amen; -- a phrase in some rituals,
      as that of the Freemasons.
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7. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Moot \Moot\, n. [AS. m[=o]t, gem[=o]t, a meeting; -- usually in
   comp.] [Written also mote.]
   1. A meeting for discussion and deliberation; esp., a meeting
      of the people of a village or district, in Anglo-Saxon
      times, for the discussion and settlement of matters of
      common interest; -- usually in composition; as, folk-moot.
      --J. R. Green.
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   2. [From Moot, v.] A discussion or debate; especially, a
      discussion of fictitious causes by way of practice.
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            The pleading used in courts and chancery called
            moots.                                --Sir T.
                                                  Elyot.
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   Moot case, a case or question to be mooted; a disputable
      case; an unsettled question. --Dryden.

   Moot court, a mock court, such as is held by students of
      law for practicing the conduct of law cases.

   Moot point, a point or question to be debated; a doubtful
      question.

   to make moot v. t. to render moot[2]; to moot[3].
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8. Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
Mote
   (Gr. karphos, something dry, hence a particle of wood or chaff,
   etc.). A slight moral defect is likened to a mote (Matt. 7:3-5;
   Luke 6:41, 42).
   

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