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Moot point, not mute point

  If someone makes a point that's no longer relevant, it's a moot point, not a mute point. The term moot came from British law. A moot court was where law students argued...

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Flesh out, not flush out

  When you're filling in the gaps and expanding on a new idea, you're fleshing out the idea, not flushing out the idea. Think of it as a drawing of a person...

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