grooving grooving


  • (n) the cutting of spiral grooves on the inside of the barrel of a firearm


  1. The long slumber is over, and Shanghai is grooving to an exuberant global beat: The Thrill of Excess The transformation of the city's skyline is a dizzying spectacle.
  2. Instead, I was grooving to my tunes by 9:17.
  3. While the lead singer is emoting, or not, the band is grooving with a ruthless efficiency.



  1. "Hopefully this is something that gets me going here and gets me back feeling relaxed at the plate and grooving it," said Francoeur, who was 3-for-22 in six games before his 2-for-4 performance Saturday.
    on May 25, 2008 By: Jeff Francoeur Source: USA Today

  2. "You have to respect his speed," Colon said. "He gets the offense grooving in their rhythm. That's what we try to do. We try to get into a rhythm."
    on Jan 31, 2009 By: Willie Colon Source: York Daily Record

  3. "He's a throwback to the old days when a guy would take batting practice," Torre said. "The modern player, it's more like grooving their swing. Guys are more sensitive to getting jammed. That is not entering Manny's mind. He's trying to hit...
    on Mar 28, 2009 By: Joe Torre Source:

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