One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It's a little rooty, a little mossy, rarely muddy - a mild recipe that would call for skinny semi-slicks, save for the frequent pockets of deep sand.’
- ‘So he decides the rooty sweetness of beetroot nestled in a pile of soupy yet nuttily resistant rice is both good and interesting.’
- ‘But the trail is a continuous series of undulations, and the tread way itself is very rocky and rooty, with short, steep climbs.’
- ‘Then a steep path, rooty and mountain-bike churned, led up to a main forest track of smooth crushed and compacted limestone.’
- ‘It is a branchy, brushy, rooty tree, without leaves.’
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