Groovy meaning

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(dated, slang) Cool, neat, interesting, fashionable. [popular in the 1940s and again in the 1960s]

Wow, man! This psychedelic wallpaper is totally groovy!

Have a groovy day, dudes.

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The definition of groovy is slang to describe something that is very good, fun, or nice looking.

A song that sounds really good is an example of something groovy.

Going to the beach with friends is an example of something groovy.

Wearing a flower in your hair is something that looks groovy.

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(dated) Set in one's ways.
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Of, pertaining to, or having grooves.

The back of the tile was groovy so that it could hold the adhesive compound.

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Very pleasing; wonderful.
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Very pleasing or attractive.
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An object-oriented scripting language that is executed in a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Created by James Strachan and introduced in 2003, most Java code can be executed in Groovy, although in many cases, Groovy requires less coding than Java. Groovy supports lists and indexes, and XML and nested tree structures are also easily represented and traversed. See Java and Java Virtual Machine.
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Origin of groovy

  • From the phrase in the groove, ultimately from the grooves of an early phonograph record.
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  • See groove.
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