Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of uproot.

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Examples

  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • Whether an immigrant is rich or poor, being uprooted from the familiar is not easy.

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  • In heavy weather, it can be uprooted from the soft earth.

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