Am I to let any old woman's hogs root up my wheat?
Now I had grown tall and overshadowed him; therefore he would root me up.
"He's behind a bush, rooting up a snake, I expect."
He didn't know what a truffle was, or why one would need to be rooted up.
But if they don't snap, don't pull them lest you root up the entire plant.
I have seen pigs root up an entire turnip patch in short time, and eat the whole thing.
"It must be very hard to be rooted up."
I went down, rooted up a little pavement with my chin.
The streets are as tough to pass as they were when 17th-century hogs rooted them up.
Perhaps the people who would come to Silver Bush would root up the old garden entirely.