deracinate


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Synonyms for deracinate

move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment

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pull up by or as if by the roots

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Ultimately then, the industry lore that black sitcoms do not sell internationally had industry executives jumping through ideological hoops to deracinate The Cosby Show to explain its success.
Kolkata, Apr 9 ( ANI ): A ruthless attack was launched on the ruling UPA Government by the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday terming the ruling UPA Government as the most hated since independence and the time has come to deracinate them from power.
Did this not show that, despite all my argumentation, I had failed to deracinate my childish impulses toward religion?
George Bush's decision to assassinate the Iraqi regime under false pretexts; Paul Bremer's decision to dissolve the Iraqi army and deracinate the Baath party....
Despite decisions to deracinate the No message, race remained the focus of most public discussion about Prop.
Such an aim would be to misrecognize the root of the problem; a critical force and movement that is truly radical strives to deracinate the capitalist system, and its state-form, entirely (Marx, 1978: 60).
Some researchers believe that the schools were little more than a way to deracinate indigenous youth.
NNA - Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Gebran Bassil, said on Sunday, during a joint press conference from Tehran with top Iranian officials, that Lebanon and Iran have the "military and mental powers" to deracinate terrorism which threatens the world.
To me he has more Pomi Butts in his ranks; thus he should first deracinate them and then go the other directions.
A scholar of WL should take care neither to deracinate a text from its native context nor to allow specialists' information to obscure its international character.