grooviest grooviest  /ˈɡru vi əst/


  1. (adj) very good
  2. (adj) (British informal) very chic


  1. Besides, she had a front-row seat during one of fashion's grooviest eras.
  2. Sonny Payne is the grooviest of the big-band drummersto watch, if not to listen to.



  1. Shilpa said, "I have been lucky to show my talent in some of the grooviest Bollywood numbers but I wish to perform 'Mujra' onscreen at least once."
    on May 22, 2010 By: Shilpa Shetty Source: TopNews

  2. In Hollywood, "people tend to go with the newest, grooviest writer," Pascal says. "But if someone is a good writer, he's a good writer."
    on Jul 8, 2004 By: Amy Pascal Source: USA Today

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