Definition of Uproot:
destroy; rip out of a place
Synonyms of Uproot:
● Wipe out
● Pull up
● Blot out
● Dig up
● Root out
● Tear up
● Weed out
Opposite/Antonyms of Uproot:
Sentence/Example of Uproot:
This should not discourage the grower or cause him to uproot his trees.
Grunty Pig meant to uproot the apple tree where they had their nest.
How long do you think it will take Grunty Pig to uproot our tree?
Or, to be on the safe side, I'll say he could uproot your tree in ninety-nine summers.
His whole object is to check those actions and uproot that apathy.
One digs, with a spade, a ditch deep enough to uproot an oak.
The liberties of all time are fixed to a reed that a wind may uproot.
Go over the border plants and uproot all grass that has secured a foothold there.
Since something is bound to grow, plant a virtue where you uproot a vice.
I will uproot that detestable race of seducers and blondins!