groovy

[groo-vee]
adjective, groovier, grooviest.
1.
Slang. highly stimulating or attractive; excellent: groovy music; a groovy car.
2.
inclined to follow a fixed routine.

Origin:
1850–55; groove + -y1

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groovy (ˈɡruːvɪ)
 
adj , groovier, grooviest
slang, jocular often attractive, fashionable, or exciting

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Example sentences
In the seventies, it was a cheap and groovy little town, much smaller and less commercial than it is now.
Two heads have to direct the same groovy body towards saving the galaxy.
The exhibition takes visitors back to when space was a mystery, and space exploration was adventurous and groovy.
Prior owners had pets and it was still covering the coils causing a really groovy wet environment.
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