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groovy  adj.  
Very pleasant or very enjoyable; marvelous; wonderful; excellent; expressing strong approval, usually of enjoyable experiences. (informal, 1960's)
Synonyms: bang-up, bully, cool, corking, cracking, dandy, far-out, great, keen, neat, nifty, not bad(predicate), out-of-sight, outtasight, peachy, psychedelic, slap-up, swell, smashing.
Very chic; as, groovy clothes. (British informal)
Synonyms: swagger.
Same as hip. (informal, 1960's)
Synonyms: hip, with it.

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"Groovy" Quotes from Famous Books

... more original and more impulsive, thus far less "groovy," than the people among whom her lot was cast. There were even censorious folk in Witanbury who called her eccentric. She was generous-hearted, easily moved to enthusiasm, tenacious of her opinions and prejudices. She had remained young of heart, and ...
— Good Old Anna • Marie Belloc Lowndes

Words linked to "Groovy" :   United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Britain, good, neat, swagger, U.K., bully, smashing, not bad, United Kingdom, dandy, UK, keen, fashionable, stylish, cracking, peachy, slap-up, great, colloquialism, nifty, bang-up

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