Deracination

De*rac`i*na"tion

(?), n. The act of pulling up by the roots; eradication. [R.]

{

De*raign"

,

De*rain"

} (?), v. t. [See Darraign.] (Old Law) To prove or to refute by proof; to clear (one's self). [Obs.]

{

De*raign"ment

,

De*rain"ment

} (?), n. [See Darraign.] 1. The act of deraigning. [Obs.]
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2. The renunciation of religious or monastic vows. [Obs.] Blount.
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