Definition of Groovers

1. Noun. (plural of groover) ¹

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Definition of Groovers

1. groover [n] - See also: groover

Lexicographical Neighbors of Groovers

groove for vertebral artery
groove fricative
groove fricatives
groove of crus of the helix
groove of greater petrosal nerve
groove of lesser petrosal nerve
groove of lung for subclavian artery
groove of nail matrix
groove of pterygoid hamulus
groove sign
groovers (current term)
grope for

Literary usage of Groovers

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

1. Bolivia [a Handbook] by International Bureau of the American Republics (1892)
"7.23 Planes, tongue-and-groovers, and molding planes composed of two pieces dozen.. 3. 615 Planes, groovers each.. 3.615 Chisels, steel or iron pound. ..."

2. Educational Woodworking for Home and School by Joseph Charles Park (1908)
"Patent groovers or dado heads as shown in Fig. 129 are used when grooving is to be done. These groovers will cut a perfect groove with ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1888)
"... Fruit- groovers, Farmers, and Gardeners. By AS PACKARD. New York, Holt. 12°. $1.40. IT has been said that a good entomological text-book is one of the ..."

4. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray (1870)
"... and, in th« greater part of its course, in the fibres of the Flexor Longus Pollicis, in a groovers between the interosseous ligament and the bone. ..."

5. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention by Mid-West Cement Users' Association (1906)
"NONE BETTER FRICTION METAL Cement and Concrete Workers, Contractors' Asphalt and Pavers' Tools. Tampers, Jointers, groovers, CEMENT ROLLER =h°Vels' ..."

6. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1887)
"It was afterwards tried in the Circuit Court for Jefferson County and the verdict and judgment given for the groovers, and on appeal taken to the supreme ..."

7. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1776)
"... one of the moft" delightful places in the kingdom, is faid to be only inhabited by ' a few groovers , who dig for lead-ore, and live in huts, ..."

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