verb (used with object), de·rac·i·nat·ed, de·rac·i·nat·ing.
Origin of deracinate
Related formsde·rac·i·na·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for deracinated
Yes: in a deracinated kind of way, that argument makes sense.
They are not fleeing dramatic scenes of battle, but they are just as deracinated as if they were.
It was one of his strong points that he always kept his mental balance even when his most promising theories were deracinated.Cleek of Scotland Yard|Thomas W. Hanshew
And there sat Sarah Gailey, deracinated and captive, to prove how influential a person Hilda was!Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
He fondly believes that he is becoming a good American when he is only a deracinated cosmopolitan.Painted Veils|James Huneker