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  • n. Plural form of folkmoot.


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  • Ever eager to meet somebody new, Carl guested passersby lavishly, and went to the fairs as well as the folkmoots.

    Time Patrolman

  • Everyone knew where they sat, what was going on and it was pretty much the same system that had carried us through symposia, folkmoots, parliaments, Star Chambers, pow-wows, conferences and summits.

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  • Just as some look on the vigilantes and the miners’ codes as bloodthirsty and antidemocratic, so others, quite the contrary, saw in these institutions the outcroppings of genuine popular justice, an Anglo-Saxon inheritance as old as Teutonic folkmoots, transplanted here to fresher soil.

    A History of American Law


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