rootedly

rootedly

(ˈruːtɪdlɪ)
adv
in a rooted manner
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He was, in truth, making some last arrangements about executions and such ugly things; and though these duties were rootedly repulsive to him, he always performed them with precision.
ADP shaped into a Eurasian designed and implemented bricolage via neo-colonialism and neo-slavery influences [right arrow] termination of them seeing African-centered civilization as worthwhile [right arrow] demeaned disparagement of the African personality [right arrow] de-prioritizing the defense, development and maintenance of African life, culture, and life chances [right arrow] substitution of orienteering as if a Eurasian [right arrow] thinking in which Eurasian-centered concepts for negotiating reality become deep rootedly preeminent [right arrow] perpetual mental enslavement to Eurasian-centered worldview via conceptual incarceration in it [right arrow] perpetual behaving in accord with dictates of Eurasian civilization (where [right arrow] stands for led to).
Hamid Dabashi, a professor of Iranian Studies at New York's Columbia University said, "What is peculiar about his art is that he's a rootedly Iranian artist in terms of his landscape, his urban sensibilities, his cinematography.
Admittedly in some of them, notably Gaetano Previati, the most rootedly Symbolist of them all, the colour tends to be excessively coarse and hectic.
After explicating the Old Right to a readership that must have been, at the least, nonplussed, Oglesby connected the dots: This style of political thought, rootedly American, is carried forward today by the Negro freedom movement and the student movement against Great Society-Free World imperialism.
Should we treat it as an audibly grating moment that evokes a system rootedly at stress with itself, in which a partially repressed republican vision of the polity repeatedly emerges from a work that is overshadowed by acute anxiety about the succession?
We were located on the Brooklyn campus at that time, and it seemed rootedly appropriate for our pages.
Remember First to possess his books; for without them He's but a sot, as I am, nor hath not One spirit to command--they all do hate him As rootedly as I.
Its function was to wipe out religious dissent, but it was rootedly hostile to innovation of any kind and it was supported as an engine of conservatism by the landed aristocracy.
That may surprise Americans who usually think of their social life as rootedly simple, compared with that of Europe, but a British visitor can find its minor ceremonials exacting, and had better get them right.