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Meaning: exciting, fashionable, interesting

For example:

  • Did you see Jimmy's groovy new necklace? It looks so cool.

  • The DJ at the club we went to last night played some really groovy tracks.

Note: This word first appeared in the sixties and it was widely-used by young people who were involved in the hippy movement. It went out of fashion in the early seventies, but became popular again early in the twenty-first century.

Quick Quiz:

Pauline thought Ollie's new haircut was pretty groovy. She
  1. liked it
  2. didn't like it
  3. thought it was silly

Discuss: groovy

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