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Definition of "deracinated" [deracinated]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of deracinate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deracinated" in a sentence
  • "(And "deracinated" feels to me more like a removal of cultural specificity, not a removal of racial characteristics.)"
  • "Mr. Buruma is repelled by "deracinated," he informs us, because it reminds him (and perhaps only him) that "accusing Jews of rootlessness is an old anti-Semitic ploy.""
  • "The new "inter-nationalism" is the sinister product of a generation that has grown "deracinated," that has lost its roots in the soil."
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