rooted, past tense; roots, 3rd person singular present; rooted, past participle; rooting, present participle;
(of an animal) Turn up the ground with its snout in search of food
stray dogs rooting around for bones and scraps
Search unsystematically through an untidy mass or area; rummage
she was rooting through a pile of papers
Find or extract something by rummaging
he managed to root out the cleaning kit
frozen(p): absolutely still; "frozen with horror"; "they stood rooted in astonishment"
(rooting) the process of putting forth roots and beginning to grow
In vascular plants, the root is the organ of a plant that typically lies below the surface of the soil. This is not always the case, however, since a root can also be aerial (growing above the ground) or aerating (growing up above the ground or especially above water). ...
(Rootedness) Cultural heritage ("national heritage" or just "heritage") is the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations. ...
(Rooting) Plant cutting, also known as striking or cloning, is a technique for vegetatively (asexually) propagating plants in which a piece of the source plant containing at least one stem cell is placed in a suitable medium such as moist soil, potting mix, coir or rock wool. ...
(Rooting (Android OS)) Rooting is a process that allows users of cellphones running the Android operating system to attain privileged control (known as "root access") within Android's Linux subsystem, similar to jailbreaking on Apple devices running the iOS operating system, overcoming ...
Fixed in one position; immobile; unable to move; Of a tree, having a root; To be in trouble or strife, screwed; broken, damaged, non-functional; Whose root (superuser) account has been compromised
(rootedly) In a rooted manner
(rootedness) The state or quality of being rooted
(rooting) Originally, a system of roots; a secure attachment (in something); a firm grounding; The process of forming roots; A method of creating a new plant by getting part of an existing plant to form roots
(Rooting) A reflex in newborns that makes them turn their heads toward the breast or bottle to feed.
(rooting) a reflex that newborn babies have, along with the reflexes for sucking and swallowing. Rooting means turning the head to search for the nipple and milk.
(rooting) when a newborn turns his/her head toward touch near the mouth.
Refers to a phylogenetic tree that provides information on the past evolutionary events that have led to the organisms or DNA sequences being studied.
1. tired; exhausted. 2. broken; ruined; destroyed. 3. thwarted; frustrated. 4. dead. 5. indulged in sexual intercourse.