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Which of the following is the best replacement for the word deracinated in the sentence below?

and unlike a neighborhood, where one usually has a general knowledge of others who live in the area, social networking sites are gatherings of deracinated individuals, none of whose personal boastings and musings are necessarily trustworthy.

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