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  • adjective superlative form of groovy: most groovy.

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Examples

  • The latest was this production from Westinghouse and Jam Handy demonstrating how custom decorating your refrigerator doors is, like, the grooviest thing one could possibly do.

    2010 May : Scrubbles.net

  • Danger Mouse is about the grooviest guy around -- half of Gnarls Barkley, producer of Black Keys, member of the Broken Bells, creator of the Grey Album.

    Cliff Chenfeld: The Best Music of 2011

  • The latest was this production from Westinghouse and Jam Handy demonstrating how custom decorating your refrigerator doors is, like, the grooviest thing one could possibly do.

    Weekly Mishmash: May 9-15 : Scrubbles.net

  • Burman took advantage of Bhosle's vocal versatility and created songs for her that brought Western musical influences to Bollywood combining, say, congas with tablas or finding some of the grooviest psychedelic rock sounds.

    Asha Bhosle: The Voice Of Bollywood And More

  • Not all of it works, and the ending was lame, but I liked it — especially Christine Taylor as Marcia and Jennifer Elise Cox as Jan. Those two are the grooviest!

    2008 May : Scrubbles.net

  • Not all of it works, and the ending was lame, but I liked it — especially Christine Taylor as Marcia and Jennifer Elise Cox as Jan. Those two are the grooviest!

    Weekly Mishmash: May 4-10 : Scrubbles.net

  • ICE agents are also working in hidden offices in one of the grooviest buildings in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Manhattan.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • ICE agents are also working in hidden offices in one of the grooviest buildings in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Manhattan.

    ICE Castles

  • While I'm wishing for groovy dvd's that exist only in my dreams, here's another I'd love--a Ready Steady Go! disc or set that's nothing but Cathy McGowan, certainly one of the grooviest individuals ever to walk this earth.

    Archive 2009-01-18

  • Ms. BIRCH: I was playing piano at the Beverly Hills Hotel in L.A. and he came in this one day and I was playing and so I made sure to play my grooviest little piece on the piano.

    Diane Birch: The 'Bible Belt,' In Eclectic Song

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