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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of groove.
- adj. Having grooves
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having grooves.
- adj. marked by thin parallel marks or channels.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a groove or grooves; channeled; furrowed.
- Specifically — In botany, marked with longitudinal ridges or furrows: as, a grooved stem.
- In entomology, having a longitudinal channel or channels: as, a grooved sternum; the beak of a weevil grooved for the reception of the antennæ.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. established as if settled into a groove or rut
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And then a bunch of other music and we just kind of grooved and danced.
The other issue is whether the pumpkin has a smooth surface or whether it has a "grooved"
· MIDI and audio can be 'grooved' in real-time and the level modulated by cc.
Baraka's jewellery selection offers a spread of other creations such as grooved and sleek finger rings in stainless steel with a 'thread' of pink gold running through their centre, a black stainless steel and 18k pink gold ring 'punctuated' with screws and pieces combining gold, natural rubber and high-tech ceramic.
The back cover also has an attractive 'grooved' wave pattern which is actually flat!
God is a sensual experience that the mystics grooved on getting high with.
The fashion world then, like now, grooved on the legend of these episodes
He mopped his brow with a red handkerchief, and she noticed the last two fingers of his right hand were gone; deep teeth marks were grooved into his remaining flesh.
We were just scratching the surface of this conundrum when Soriano grooved a 3–2 fastball over the center of the plate.
But on a 2-1 fastball that Junichi Tazawa grooved into his wheelhouse, A-Rod broke the deadlock by launching a walk-off rocket that landed in the left center-field bullpen.