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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Much of the appeal lies in those groovy ’70s vibes, but the jeans also aren’t that easy to find.
Neighborhood soda shops were a thing of the past and teens were hard-pressed to find a place to hang out, listen to some groovy music and have a good time.
Its musical compositions involve vocals and several instruments, including drums and bass, that are carefully arranged to create expansive, meditative and groovy soundscapes.
The event is both a groovy arts mixer and a highly secretive gathering for establishment elites; every Republican president since Coolidge has reportedly shown up, alongside your Kissingers and Rockefellers and corporate executives.
The swinging, psychedelic and groovy vibes of the 1960s are back in downtown Glendale and America's favorite international spy and man of mystery is emceeing the party, baby.
Brick is the star throughout the 4,400-square-foot school, providing a warm base that complements yellow and orange accents (like that groovy exterior spiral staircase masquerading as a slide), while facilitating natural ventilation.
Besides the big names, seek out acts like soulful crooner Billy Raffoul and groovy rocker NoMBe to complete the experience.
Those philosophers moved to Ojai in 1924, and their L.A. temple, meditation room, and vegetarian cafeteria are now groovy apartments.
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GROOVY Defined for English Language Learners
: very good and enjoyable
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