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rootless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrootlessroot‧less /ˈruːtləs/ adjective  LIVE SOMEWHERE#having nowhere that you feel is really your home rootless peoplerootlessness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
rootlessHis life in California felt rootless.His life in San Francisco felt rootless.They see me as being rootless.Once she had been proud of being rootless, but now she was beginning to feel like a boat without a rudder.The rootless females dump their eggs because they have failed to find a territory, or have lost their own nests.It is precisely among these rootless pathfinders that pentecostalism is exhibiting its fastest growth.
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