Definition of Rootless. Meaning of Rootless. Synonyms of Rootless

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Definition of Rootless

Rootless
Rootless Root"less, a. Destitute of roots.

Meaning of Rootless from wikipedia

- Rootless may refer to: "Rootless", a song by Welsh singer Marina and the Diamonds. System Integrity Protection, a security feature of the operating system...
- Rootless cosmopolitan (Russian: безродный космополит, romanized: bezrodnyi kosmopolit) was a pejorative Soviet euphemism widely used during Soviet anti-Semitic...
- Rootless, stylized as rootless, was a ****anese band. They were affiliated with Being Inc.. They started in 2009 as The ROOTLESS. They started performing...
- A rootless cone, also formerly called a pseudocrater, is a volcanic landform which resembles a true volcanic crater, but differs in that it is not an actual...
- Ore resources Polar caps Recurring slope lineae (RSL) Ring mold craters Rootless cones Seasonal flows Soil Spherules Surface "Swiss cheese" feature Terrain...
- encouraging increased criticism of cosmopolitanism, particularly the idea of "rootless cosmopolitanism", an approach with particular repercussions for Soviet...
- (****) Kafir Khazar (Ashke**** Jews) **** Marrano (Conversos / Crypto-Jews) Rootless cosmopolitan Wog Yekke (German Jews) Yid Zhyd / Zhydovka Żydokomuna Oceanians...
- ideologies that demanded ethnic preference and national homogeneity, the Jews—'rootless cosmopolitans', in the communist parlance—were quick to be targeted; in...
- ). University of Toronto Press. Kaufman, Erik (1997). "Condemned to Rootlessness: The Loyalist Origins of Canada's Identity Crisis" (PDF). Nationalism...
- unconsolidated, cinder cones tend to erode rapidly unless further eruptions occur. Rootless cones, also called pseudocraters, are volcanic cones that are not directly...
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