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  • adv. In a groovy manner.

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Examples

  • Over three separately available discs you get the pick of such classics as The Prisoner (as well as the great Danger Man, the show it span off from); pre-Bond Roger Moore in The Saint; the groovily camp Department: S, Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased); more Moore, this time with Tony Curtis, in the Euro-fluff romp The Persuaders!

    This week's new DVD & Blu-ray

  • In his resplendent indolence he resembles a groovily skinny-jeaned minor royal cousin.

    Now England have won the Ashes, it's time to focus on being liked | Barney Ronay

  • After a particularly savage bloodbath Chan takes the other side's general prisoner; his plan to cart him home and collect a handsome reward is dashed by some groovily dressed bandits.

    Little Big Soldier

  • A convert himself to the sixties counterculture movement, the groovily clad, charismatic preacher invites a film crew to trail him around when he decides it's time to end his sham double life and leave the lucrative "business" behind.

    John Farr: Our Morally Superior Nation: Movies That Reflect The Corrosive Influence Of Religious Extremism

  • Duck may want to pick up some love beads to go with his turtleneck and Trudy in go-go boots -- the prospect is just too groovily divine.

    Mad Men Confronts Heaven and Hull: The Season 3 Finale: James Wolcott

  • When founder and benefactor Paul Allen, executive director Jody Allen Patton (Paul's sister) and a team of designers, curators, educators and techies open the $250 million Experience Music Project to the public in Seattle on June 23, it will undoubtedly be the most electronically glossy, groovily interactive museum-and-then-some on the face of the planet.

    Seattle's Purple Haze

  • I hadn't realised it was told in an interwoven structure of sections, some straight fiction, some fake factive -- excerpts from encyclopaedias and such -- so it was a pleasant surprise to find it doing the sort of things I particularly like, even apart from the groovily weird but sensitively treated perversity of the subject matter.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • May - Unveiled at a British ban-the-bomb rally on April 4, 1958, the peace symbol's peak of potency was in the 1960s, when it was the emblem of the anti-Vietnam War movement and all things groovily counterculture.

    Twelve Months meme

  • Unveiled at a British ban-the-bomb rally on April 4, 1958, the peace symbol's peak of potency was in the 1960s, when it was the emblem of the anti-Vietnam War movement and all things groovily counterculture.

    Happy 50th Birthday Peace

  • More groovily, Michelle gave songbird Sarkozy a Gibson guitar.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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