New bull: Rootedness

Rootedness: 1. Not present in any conventional dictionary, but probably trying to convey a degree of anchoring or stability. 2. Part of a long line of twisted words that add ‘ness’ to the end in the vain hope of suggesting something more rigorous; patently thin; not rooted at all; flapping free in the breeze; most commonly parked on a childish chart alongside a tree, possibly with a watering can over the top. (see Realness)

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