Definition of Engrooved

1. engroove [v] - See also: engroove



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Engrooved

engravery
engraves
engravest
engraveth
engraving
engravings
engreaten
engreatened
engreatening
engreatens
engrieve
engrieved
engrieves
engrieving
engroove
engrooved (current term)
engrooves
engross
engross'd
engrossed
engrosser
engrossers
engrosses
engrossest
engrosseth
engrossing
engrossingly
engrossment
engrossments
engs

Literary usage of Engrooved

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The English Review (1845)
"... joint with joint Compact, with seeming sense, and purposed will, And vital marrow of intelligence : With whirlwind march, on iron-engrooved paths, ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1879)
"The boy had forgotten that the moor just here was broken by a narrow glen, engrooved with sliding water. Now with all his strength, which was not much, ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1879)
"... a narrow glen, engrooved with sliding water. Now with all his strength, which was not much, he tugged the panting and limping little horse to the flat ..."

4. Memorials of a Tour on the Continent: To which are Added Miscellaneous Poems by Robert Snow (1845)
"... joint with joint Compact, with seeming sense, and purposed will, And vital marrow of intelligence: With whirlwind march, on iron-engrooved paths, ..."

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