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groove

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of groove

  1. 1 an established and often automatic or monotonous series of actions followed when engaging in some activity I can't get into the groove on Monday morning without a cup of coffee Synonyms of groove drill, grind, routine, lockstep, pattern, rote, rut, treadmillWords Related to groove daily dozen, regimen; housekeeping; custom, fashion, habit, practice (also practise), trick, wont; approach, manner, method, procedure, strategy, style, tack, technique, way; design, plan, program, scheme; convention, policy, tradition

  2. 2 a situation or activity for which a person or thing is best suited after years of bouncing from job to job, she discovered that her natural groove was social work Synonyms of groove niche, place, slotWords Related to groove appointment, berth, billet, capacity, function, job, position, post; rank, standing, station, status; forte, long suit, métier (also metier), speciality, specialty, strong suit, thing


groove

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of groove

  1. 1 to mark with or as if with a line or groove if you groove that piece of wood, we should be able to fit this smaller board into it Synonyms of groove score, scribe, seamWords Related to groove abrade, file, graze, mill, rasp, scarify, scratch; bevel, chamfer, flute

  2. 2 to form a pleasing relationship surprisingly, his flighty, artistic sensibility and her no-nonsense practicality groove together rather well Synonyms of groove agree, assort, blend, chime, chime in, conform, consort, coordinate, harmonizeWords Related to groove balance, correlate, correspond, dovetail, hang together, match; meet, parallel; bond, coalesce, cohere, conjoin, fuse, merge, square, tallyNear Antonyms of groove contradict, contrast, counter, differ, diverge, jar; cancel (out), counteract, negate, offsetAntonyms of groove clash, collide, conflict



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