What is the opposite of deep-rooted?

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Opposite of being such by habit, long-established, and not likely to change
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Opposite of having a particular habit, activity, or interest that is long-established and unlikely to change
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Opposite of traditionally, or generally, recognized and accepted
“One must be wary of the quack doctor who treats his patients using unfamiliar techniques.”
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Opposite of not able to be changed
“I remained undecided on where I wanted to eat for dinner.”
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Opposite of long forgotten
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Opposite of involving, or given to, open or heavy displays of emotion
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Opposite of natural to a person or animal
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Opposite of difficult to move, remove, or cure
“That moveable desk should be easily disposed of and replaced with a new one.”
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Opposite of steadfast and constant, especially of relationships
“Saying that you are sorry and meaning it is the first step to healing a broken relationship.”
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Opposite of having from birth (or as if from birth) a certain quality or character
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Opposite of fundamental, inherent or central in nature
“Hickey theorized that humans have an underlying primary nature, as well as an opposing secondary nature.”
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Opposite of chronic
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(of an emotion or feeling) Opposite of intensely felt
“Strauss realized that Mary's sweetness masked a superficial rage that could be easily unpacked and resolved.”
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Opposite of fervent in feelings or desires
“His once strong feelings for her had diminished and were now merely superficial in nature.”
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