Definition of Outrooted

1. Verb. (past of outroot) ¹



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Definition of Outrooted

1. outroot [v] - See also: outroot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outrooted

outrode
outroll
outrolled
outrolling
outrolls
outromance
outromanced
outromances
outromancing
outron
outroom
outrooms
outroop
outroops
outroot
outrooted (current term)
outrooting
outroots
outrope
outroper
outropers
outropes
outros
outrove
outrow
outrowed
outrowing
outrows
outrun
outrung

Literary usage of Outrooted

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1. Preservation of National Monuments: ... Report of the Curator of Ancient ...by India Curator of Ancient Monuments, Henry Hardy Cole by India Curator of Ancient Monuments, Henry Hardy Cole (1885)
"All vegetation to be completely outrooted. If the image fallen from the niche to the south cannot be found, a plain stone ..."

2. A Vagabond Journey Around the World: A Narrative of Personal Experience by Harry Alverson Franck (1911)
"As a last resort, had " the business " been utterly outrooted in Cairo, the members of " the union " might have consented to busy themselves with some ..."

3. The Last Days of Pompeii by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1854)
"hour, idolatry has never thoroughly been outrooted: it changes but its objects of worship; it appeals to innumerable saints where onoe it resorted to ..."

4. Records of Captain Clapperton's Last Expedition to Africa by Richard Lander (1830)
"V planted so deeply in the soil, that the slightest hope cannot be entertained of its being speedily outrooted. The slave, however, in most interior ..."

5. Tent Work in Palestine: A Record of Discovery and Adventure by Claude Riegnier Conder (1878)
"... which—despite the fierce onslaught of the first Jewish conquerors under Joshua—was, as we may gather from the Bible, never entirely outrooted, ..."

6. Burrows of Michigan and the Republican Party: A Biography and a History by William Dana Orcutt (1917)
"The deep-seated affections of the human heart cannot be outrooted, neither must our country be forgotten. But I was going to tell you how much easier I will ..."

7. The Cathedrals of Southern France by Francis Miltoun (1904)
"... the English Tudors, but a century and a half beyond the period of its supremacy; whence, from its maturity onward, it rotted and was outrooted bodily. ..."

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