Meaning of uprooter in English:

uprooter

noun

See uproot

‘The proper thing would be to place the tree uprooters on trial, and to require them, rather than the state, to pay compensation to the injured parties.’
  • ‘Extraction of the tree stump is achieved with this known uprooter by manual rotation of the screw threaded spindle which requires great expenditure of force.’
  • ‘Should Tower Hamlets Councillors be allowed to act as the social uprooters of the people that make up the borough's ordinary population today?’
  • ‘Buddha probably did not see himself as the founder of a new religion but a reformer only did not claim to be an uprooter of the existing social order or economic system; he accepted their basic premises and only attacked the evils that had grown under them.’
  • ‘He was looked upon as an advocate of lawlessness, as the uprooter of the foundations of society; and his wife - that remarkable woman, Mary Wollstonecroft - holding, among other peculiar views, that marriage was a pernicious institution, was considered as an emblem of all that was unwomanly.’