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Synonyms for uproot

Synonyms for uproot

Synonyms for uproot

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


Related Words

destroy completely, as if down to the roots

pull up by or as if by the roots

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In relevant remarks earlier this month, President Rouhani asked the world states to join efforts to fight and uproot terrorism.
Going forward, Uproot Poverty will compete for open international awards through www.
We also want to ensure that the rest of the olive trees in the area are preserved and end the plans to uproot the other marked trees," he said.
The governor promised to provide farmers, choosing to uproot qat at their own will, with optimized seeds, fertilizers, modern irrigation techniques as well as agricultural guidance.
If this is what we are up against, it won't do much good to try to uproot whatever war-like inclinations may dwell within our minds.
He has decided that, even though we take direct action and uproot crops, he cannot say on a summary basis that we cannot provide a defence of justification for our actions.
They uproot the plants every year but in previous years they just threw them in the bin.
In cooperation with security forces, we will uproot any move against our peaceful nuclear activities," Deputy Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) for Nuclear Security and Safeguards Asqar Zare'an said.
London, Dec 31 (ANI): Ace midfielder doesn't want to uproot his family and is all set to make U-turn on his proposed move to Paris Saint-Germain to stay with LA Galaxy.
If Peterhead is saved, it will prevent having to uproot a lot of families.
These resolutions challenge, not sovereignty of the state of Israel, but the use of the power of that state to uproot the Palestinian people.