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grooved


  • v  make a groove in, or provide with a groove
  • v  hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove
  • s  established as if settled into a groove or rut

  • With the scent of grilled squid and beer in the air, thousands of citizens from across Thailand grooved to rocking guitar riffs and cheered until their voices grew hoarse.
  • Steinmeier smiled and grooved to the music a mixture of Turkish folk and RB which Muhabbet calls "R 'n' Besk" while Kouchner rhythmically snapped his fingers.
  • It "grooved on the cosmoseach one was tattooed with specified planets, and together they made up a kind of an astronomical map.
Quotes

  • David Toms in International Herald Tribune
    It's wet - very wet,Toms said. "If this tells you anything, I backed up a ball with a driver on No. 9. I played the back nine yesterday and had to hit my 5-iron four or five times. I got done and thought about having my 5-iron re-grooved....
  • Gil Meche in USA Today
    I grooved a fastball to him,Meche said. "The only mistake I made the 1-0 pitch to Johnson. He's a good fastball hitter and he got it. I never get rattled by errors."
  • Robert Kubica in Aljazeera.net
    I touched the white line with the grooved tires,Kubica said. "There was some standing water. I lost control of the car and hit the barrier."

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