Definition of Deracine

1. uprooted [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deracine

dequity
der-brain
der-brains
deracemization
deracemizations
deracemize
deracemized
deracemizes
deracemizing
deracinate
deracinated
deracinates
deracinating
deracination
deracinations
deracine (current term)
deracoxib
deradelphus
deradicalisation
deradicalise
deradicalised
deradicalises
deradicalising
deradicalization
deradicalize
deradicalized
deradicalizes
deradicalizing
deraign
deraigned

Literary usage of Deracine

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1. Aspects and Impressions by Edmund Gosse (1922)
"finally departed in 1860, another deracine, to fight for his fortunes in Paris. He brought little with him save a letter of introduction from his father to ..."

2. Turkey, a World Problem of To-day by Talcott Williams (1921)
"... who rise within it, is that "the pashas" are rootless, as the French say, "deracine." An imperial khatt or rescript made them and as easily unmakes. ..."

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