disroot

transitive verb
dis·​root | \dəs, (ˈ)dis+\

Definition of disroot 

1 : to tear up the roots of : tear up by the roots replanted the disrooted shrubbery

2 : to dislodge especially from a fixed position

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History and Etymology for disroot

dis- entry 1 + root (noun)

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