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roothold

noun root·hold \ˈrüt-ˌhōld, ˈrt-\

Definition of ROOTHOLD

1
:  the anchorage of a plant to soil through the growing and spreading of roots
2
:  a place where plants may obtain a roothold

First Known Use of ROOTHOLD

1839

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