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
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The musical guests are positively groovy and the invite for Meadow Brook Theatre’s CONCERT & CUISINE BENEFIT looks far out.
Apart from the ships, weapons, and groovy graphic interfaces, most of Besson's attention is heaped upon Delevingne, who retains the smarts and ass-kicking attitude of the original Laureline.
BJ's high notes and smooth transition between styles brought out a groovier side to a slew of rap hits, showcasing his ear for rhythm.
Their decade-old boutique, which relocated a few years back to an insanely groovy spot in a Herzog & De Meuron multistory carpark, is undergoing a transformation.
Anyone who wants to dance to happy and groovy house by the sparkling water will be able to do it, and anyone who would rather hear Detroit techno can go to the warehouse stage.
Mike Myers undermines the Austin Powers Fembots Myers' groovy British secret agent made his patriotic underwear a weapon battling the beautiful but deadly Fembots in 1997's Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.
For those with children, High Sierra Music Festival is also especially family friendly with its stages and entertainment geared for the younger set and their groovy parents.
The song stays true to the band's groovy alt-rock vibe, but this time the topic isn't as jaunty as their music sounds.
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First Known Use of groovy
SynonymsA-OK, A1, awesome, bang-up, banner, beautiful, blue-chip, blue-ribbon, boffo, bonny (also bonnie) [chiefly British], boss [slang], brag, brave, bully, bumper, capital, choice, classic, cool [slang], corking, crackerjack, cracking, dandy, divine, dope [slang], down [slang], dynamite, fab, fabulous, famous, fantabulous [slang], fantastic, fine, first-class, first-rate, first-string, five-star, four-star, frontline, gangbusters (also gangbuster), gilt-edged (or gilt-edge), gone [slang], grand, great, excellent, heavenly, high-class, hot, hype [slang], immense, jim-dandy, keen, lovely, marvelous (or marvellous), mean, neat, nifty, noble, number one (also No. 1), numero uno, out-of-sight [slang], par excellence, peachy, peachy keen, phat [slang], prime, primo [slang], prize, prizewinning, quality, radical [slang], righteous [slang], sensational, slick, splendid, stellar, sterling, superb, superior, superlative, supernal, swell, terrific, tip-top, top, top-flight, top-notch, top-of-the-line, topping [chiefly British], top-shelf, unsurpassed, wizard [chiefly British], wonderful
Antonymsatrocious, awful, execrable, lousy, pathetic, poor, rotten, terrible, vile, wretched
Related Wordsacceptable, adequate, all right, decent, good, OK (or okay), passable, satisfactory, tolerable; better, exceptional, fancy, high-grade, high-test, premium, select, special, superfine; classical, standard, traditional
Near Antonymsbad, inferior, low-grade, substandard, unsatisfactory; mediocre, middling, second-class, second-rate
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