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Definition of Uproot

Uproot
Uproot Up*root", v. t. To root up; to tear up by the roots, or as if by the roots; to remove utterly; to eradicate; to extirpate. Trees uprooted left their place. --Dryden. At his command the uprooted hills retired. --Milton.

Meaning of Uproot from wikipedia

- Uproot may refer to: Uproot, Vine pull schemes Uproot, movement in Wing Chun martial art Uproot (album), by DJ /rupture...
- Uprooted may refer to: Uprooted (Absent Element album), 2005 Uprooted (The Antlers album), 2006 Uprooted (The Rankin Family album), 1998 Uprooted (novel)...
- Uprooted is a 2015 high fantasy novel written by Naomi Novik. The book is standalone, unlike Novik's other fantasy series. Ellen DeGeneres will produce...
- Uprooting may refer to: in the context of agriculture, the removing of a plant In the context of French wine production, the destroying of less desirable...
- Uproot is a 2008 mix produced by DJ /rupture. A related compilation album Uproot: The Ingredients was co-released, which features the original recordings...
- Retrieved 2 March 2007. Doolittle, W. Ford; Worm, Boris (February 2000). "Uprooting the tree of life" (PDF). Scientific American. 282 (6): 90–95. Bibcode:2000SciAm...
- "universal acclaim". Chitra Ramaswamy wrote in The Guardian that the show "uproots the tired old ****ist tropes of spy thrillers then repots them as feminist...
- eastern U.S. began desperately trying to convince all their native peoples to uproot and move west. This included the Caddoans of Louisiana and Arkansas. Following...
- King's School, Grantham claims that the tree was purchased by the school, uprooted and transported to the headmaster's garden some years later. The staff...
- before reaching optimal height, and many more of the coniferous trees were uprooted during cyclones. During the last 40–50 years large areas of former spruce...
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