Meaning of deracination in English:

deracination

Pronunciation /dɪrasɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

See deracinate

‘Our fathers presided over the ruthless deracination of political reportage in this country, and we intend to make amends during this campaign.’
  • ‘This fine novel of loss, love and deracination is set in the wetlands of the Somerset Levels in 1946 during one of the worst winters for decades.’
  • ‘She identifies deracination as the defining condition of the modern world.’
  • ‘But this does not lead, in the usual modern manner, to images of despair or deracination.’
  • ‘Throughout the Western democracies there is a kind of political deracination taking place.’