1. rooted

adjective. ['ˈruːtəd, ˈruːtɪd'] absolutely still.


  • nonmoving
  • unmoving
  • stock-still


  • hot
  • melted
  • unfrozen
  • fresh

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Rhymes with Rooted

  • undisputed
  • unrefuted
  • undiluted
  • disputed
  • computed
  • reputed
  • refuted
  • recruited
  • imputed
  • commuted
  • unsuited
  • rerouted
  • polluted
  • muted
  • suited
  • routed
  • looted
  • hooted
  • booted

Sentences with rooted

1. Verb, past participle
Not only is it easily grown from seed, but it can also be rooted from cuttings as well.

2. Adjective
Plant the rooted cutting in soil.

Quotes about rooted

1. Candidate Obama was either exceptionally naive or willfully disingenuous when he vowed to change the way Washington works. The very promise of Hope and Change was rooted in uprooting the Washington modus operandi. But instead of rejecting it, he embraced it all - the secrecy, the closed doors, the political favors, the near-criminal negligence.
- Reince Priebus

2. Well, it seems to me that the best relationships - the ones that last - are frequently the ones that are rooted in friendship. You know, one day you look at the person and you see something more than you did the night before. Like a switch has been flicked somewhere. And the person who was just a friend is... suddenly the only person you can ever imagine yourself with.
- Gillian Anderson

3. But because it was able to balance that kind of humor with a sweet story and characters you really rooted for and also got across the girls' point of view, I've heard nothing but great things from younger and older females as well.
- Jason Biggs

2. deep-rooted

adjective. (used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held.


  • established
  • planted
  • implanted
  • constituted
  • ingrained


  • unsettled
  • native
  • unorthodox
  • unproved