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Noun
Gutters collectively
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Plural for a long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material
“The first hammer blows failed to make any impression on the chisel's attempt to cut a groove into the bar.”
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Plural for an established routine or habit
“Carly has decided to pick up some real estate clients, and I volunteered to help her get back into the groove of selling.”
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Plural for a comfortable or suitable position in life or employment
“He had at last found his groove as a novelist.”
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Plural for a crease, wrinkle or pucker, as on fabric
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Plural for a crack or opening
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Plural for the cadence or rhythm of a musical piece
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Plural for a condition of favoring or liking
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Plural for track
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Plural for one of a number of parallel grooves and ridges in a rock or rocky deposit, formed by repeated twinning or cleaving of crystals
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Flangeways
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Plural for the boring repetition of tasks
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Plural for customary or habitual usage
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Plural for a style of music derived from 1960s soul music
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Plural for a mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing
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Plural for a repeated instrumental melody line in a song
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Plural for a way or track laid down for walking or made by continual treading
Verb
(somewhat informal) To form a pleasing or harmonious relationship or combination with
“Certainly, it is the height of folly to stick it out with an instructor that doesn't groove with your personality or taste.”
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To make a physical impression into, especially a surface
“They next get a sod of turf and groove a hole into the center of it.”
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To form a deep recess or notch in a line or surface
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To make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with, or as if with, a gouge
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To fold or bend something over, especially so that it comes in contact with itself
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Live it up
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To compress into small folds or ridges
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To dance to music, especially pop music
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To give great joy, delight or pleasure to
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To move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps
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To force a path through
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Groves
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To rest or engage in an enjoyable activity so as to become less tired or anxious
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