plural nounchiefly North American
Political activists and campaigners who communicate their message over the Internet, especially via blogs: in the last election the netroots exerted their influence through prodigious fundraising
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- There may be some space to her left for a strong anti-war Democrat energized by the net roots.
- In July, a Republican response to the liberal netroots finally arrived.
- Either way, the point is the same: The netroots won the moment Joe Lieberman felt fear.
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