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enroot

verb en·root \in-ˈrüt, -ˈrt\

Definition of ENROOT

transitive verb

Examples of ENROOT

  1. <everyone remembers that special teacher who enrooted within them a love of learning>
  2. <a deeply enrooted tradition of respect for the elderly>

Origin of ENROOT

Middle English
First Known Use: 15th century

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