Examples of groovy in a Sentence
a great movie with groovy special effects
old college buddies fondly recalling the days when bell-bottom jeans were about the grooviest thing around
Recent Examples of groovy from the Web
Grab a bold, black liquid liner and squiggle out a groovy line across both lids, because drawing inside the lines is overrated.
How many years of harassment training have I been involved in, along with John Clark, my partner, and our entire management team to understand how to achieve a sincerely groovy place to work?
Listen to it below, and stay tuned to REALM for more groovy goodness.
Bongos, marimba and a groovy guitar part all mix together for an upbeat blend of fun.
With oversize dots and groovy flower embellishments, the 10-piece capsule is woven with the swinging ’60s vibe Perry has made her signature.
The party was getting into groovy gear in the backyard of 50 West Eighth Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.
Yolanda matched her oldest daughter, donning a black top with grey skirt, while Gigi went with a similar color scheme but opted for pants and added groovy sunglasses.
Liz talks to an artist who’s marrying sounds and visuals in AR kit with groovy results.
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First Known Use of groovy
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out of this world, too much;
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