Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of uproot.
  • noun A tearing up.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Please, do not take this wrong, I do support and condone your part in uprooting and exposing those who claim to be other than they are or were.

    SHAWN PAUL AKERS

  • Well I hope she keeps her seat available if she don't succeed in uprooting this clone of BUSHS 'from the governor's seat.

    Barbour hopes Hutchison stays in Senate

  • The unnamed first-person narrator of the eight linked stories in Love and Obstacles survives a similar uprooting from the Balkans to the Midwest.

    2009 September 18 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Pakistan should cooperate with India in uprooting this.

    Understanding Mumbai, India and terrorism : Law is Cool

  • The causes for this uprooting are always different, but the result is the same: the uprooted have lost what they had and where they came from and must start life again as handicapped strangers wherever they are allowed to live.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • The causes for this uprooting are always different, but the result is the same: the uprooted have lost what they had and where they came from and must start life again as handicapped strangers wherever they are allowed to live.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • The causes for this uprooting are always different, but the result is the same: the uprooted have lost what they had and where they came from and must start life again as handicapped strangers wherever they are allowed to live.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • It took her husband time to get used to the idea of uprooting, and she admits her grown children had concerns.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • It took her husband time to get used to the idea of uprooting, and she admits her grown children had concerns.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Likud rejects the idea of uprooting Jewish settlements or sharing Jerusalem with the Palestinians, she said, adding that "if two states for two peoples was such a magic solution, the Palestinians could have been celebrating their eighth independence day."

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