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What is the opposite of rooted?

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Adjective
Opposite of firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change
Adjective
Opposite of done or based on an innate facility rather than with forethought
Adjective
Opposite of being such by habit, long-established, and not likely to change
Adjective
Opposite of habitual, firmly established, and unlikely to change
Adjective
(of an attitude, habit, or belief) Opposite of firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change
Adjective
Opposite of immovable, or fixed in place
“In this case, her hair is combed back into a tiara with a loose knot.”
Adjective
Opposite of being such by habit, long-established, and not likely to change
Adjective
Opposite of not able to be moved
Adjective
Opposite of known but specified in a general and nonexplicit sense
“He left seeking yet another unrecognized area of research.”
Adjective
Opposite of that is beyond memory
Adjective
(of a habit, belief, or attitude) Opposite of firmly fixed or established
Adjective
Opposite of firmly fixed, supported, or balanced
“The craft would have to be towed into position as it had no propulsion of its own, but the weight of the iron and the guns made it unstable.”
Adjective
(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.”
Adjective
Opposite of firmly fixed in place
“Well, I banged on a few keys, and I finally got an unfrozen screen.”
Adjective
Opposite of traditional
Adjective
(unwearied) Opposite of feeling tired, fatigued or weary
“Though dangers behind were multiplying, the unwearied travelers resumed their northward course.”
Adjective
(unwearied) Opposite of feeling tired, fatigued or weary
Adjective
Opposite of chronic
Adjective
Opposite of extremely tired or exhausted
“Her eyes were blue, and just looking at them made Caroline realize that she had run into a lively, energetic girl.”
Verb
Opposite of to have set up on a long-term basis
“After many years, the tech company closed down its headquarters in Silicon Valley.”
Verb
(root for) Opposite of past tense for to declare enthusiastic approval or support of
“If they jeer you, it means they do not like you, and I am going to look for another team.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to rummage or search through
“He returned to his bunk in the barracks and began to arrange his clothes in the locker at the foot of his bed.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to plant or sow something
“It was accompanied by a rapid temperature drop and a squally wind change that was strong enough to uproot trees and unroof about 50 houses.”
Verb
(root out) Opposite of past tense for to remove, especially by digging out
“Over the years, I've learned to plant black radish after midsummer so it will not bolt to flower before forming a root.”
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