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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unroot.
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Toss this storm-beaten carcase into any trench where it may in future serve as a mound against traitors; but let my young nursling be planted where the tempest that unroots the cedars shall pass over without injuring his tender growth.
And I don’t think any of us raised in patriarchy ever completely unroots it, although we can do a lot to lessen it.