- n. The quality or state of being groovy.
“And all this fake "grooviness" is sometimes at the expense of texture and flow unfortunately.”
“Jonathan Demme's twisty 1986 screwball-meets-noir is a celebration of multi-cultural Americana, clever cameos like John Waters as a gas-station attendant, and mix-tape grooviness.”
“That's what drew people to the counter-culturalism of the time, the music, the fashions, the grooviness of it all -”
“The gentleman who composed the Scifi Magazine review has given me permission to repost it, so I offer him bonus thanks on all points - the review, the permission, and the grooviness of spirit.”
“The counterculture boasted three potent cultural hydrogen bombs—pot, acid, and sexy hippie chicks of easy virtue—in its bid to seduce squares into grooviness.”
“Thanks to Lileks, now everybody can appreciate the Playboy After Dark grooviness of it all.”
“Brooklyn is finally getting back to its pre-gentrification grooviness.”
“Charles "Tex" Watson was perhaps Manson's best piece of work; a high-school football star who turned hippy and came to L.A. like millions of other kids to find '60s grooviness.”
“If I'm disappointed and frustrated in the paperbacks' failure to deliver on the grooviness, I'm beside myself with outrage at their indifference to delivering on the horror.”
“First of all, both the movies and the comics simply oozed grooviness--not just period detail like clothing or slang, but also, more or less subtly, attitudes and sensibilities current at the time.”
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