Arace
Arace A*race", v. t. [OE. aracen, arasen, OF. arachier, esracier, F. arracher, fr. L. exradicare, eradicare. The prefix a- is perh. due to L. ab. See {Eradicate}.] To tear up by the roots; to draw away. [Obs.] --Wyatt. [1913 Webster]

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