Verb(1) move (people(2) destroy completely, as if down to the roots(3) pull up by or as if by the roots
(1) Practitioners had to ask: How much should we uproot and eradicate in order to re-create?(2) The women were forced to constantly uproot their families and move to another part of the country in the hope that they would be able to live in peace.(3) It was accompanied by a rapid temperature drop, and a squally wind change strong enough to uproot trees and unroof about 50 houses.(4) The storm's winds were strong enough to uproot trees and to knock people off their feet.(5) Instead, I recommend you join the global struggle to uproot this vile system.(6) Their trunk is employed to pull branches off trees, uproot grass, pluck fruit, and to place food in their mouths.(7) City officials argue that officers need more elbow room to photograph, tape and infiltrate political and social organizations to uproot terror networks.(8) My family are very settled in the area and at this stage of my career my wife and I are not prepared to uproot the children and take them to a different school.(9) The player, meanwhile, is forced to uproot his family and move to another team because he didn't anticipate that such a situation could happen when he signed the deal in the first place.(10) Even if you were offered a job, not many people can afford to uproot their family to move.(11) It turned out to be a good decision not to uproot the family as the job lasted for only six weeks.(12) She even tried to get us to move over there and live with her in her mansion, but my dad didn't want to uproot his family.(13) a revolution is necessary to uproot the social order(14) Do they move house or job and therefore uproot children from friends and familiar surroundings?(15) the elephant's trunk is powerful enough to uproot trees(16) It doesn't automatically give us the power to uproot trees and cast them into the sea.
1. pull up ::
2. displace ::
3. deracinate ::
4. exterminate ::
Different Formsuproot, uprooted, uprooting, uproots
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