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feel groovy

1. in. to feel really good and mellow. It’s a beautiful day, and I really feel groovy.
2. in. to be alcohol or drug intoxicated. Looks like Kelly is feeling groovy on gin again.
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groovy

1. mod. cool; pleasant. Man, this music is groovy.
2. mod. drug intoxicated. (Drugs.) Three beers and he was a little groovy.
3. mod. out-of-date; passé. (California.) Oh, how groovy!
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We are dedicated to bringing style, craft, joy, and a general feeling of grooviness to your home.
The release features two tracks of deep, loved-up electronica, and otherwordly disco - The Love Quadrant being a particularly stand-out piece of minimoog inter-dimensional gorgeous grooviness.
They keep churning out accessible, catchy songs about such rarely covered topics as squid, eels, bears and grooviness.
All right, that last bit might be a stretch, but grooviness could still happen.
back in 1973, this log cabin retreat just oozes grooviness.
Top Shop had made an effort at grooviness with fake-snake stools and brightly coloured curtains and mirrors,although I had to struggle past rails of rejected clothes on my way in.
In Burt's case, it is a quest for the new and hip which then, in turn, becomes nothing but a source of self-flagellation, of a premature fear of irrelevance: no academic interested in popular culture is directly motivated by anything but a desperate hope of grooviness, just as for Lanier no reader reads differently because of social determinants.
When these lecturing pathogens wish to demonstrate their grooviness, they speak of how in the future classroom computers and online learning may be used to "eliminate discrepancies in teaching practices and provide highly accurate deep diagnosis.
If you walked into your work on Thursday morning having lost the power of speech because you were so overwhelmed by their grooviness against Costa Rica, step into the former category.