Definition of Groupy

1. groupie [n GROUPIES] - See also: groupie



Lexicographical Neighbors of Groupy

groups
groupset
groupsets
groupspeak
groupthink
groupthinks
groupuscular
groupuscule
groupuscules
groupware
groupwares
groupwide
groupwork
groupworker
groupworkers
groupy (current term)
grouse
grouse-berry
grouse whortleberry
grouseberry
groused
grouselike
grouser
grousers
grouses
grousest
grousing
grout
grouted
grouter

Literary usage of Groupy

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

1. A Digest of the Laws of England by Anthony Hammond, John Comyns (1825)
"... a presentment must notwithstanding be made within a reasonable time. groupy v. Harden, 1 Holt, 342. to say, on returning a bill left for acceptance, ..."

2. Geological Sketches by Louis Agassiz (1886)
"... as well as the animal creation of earlier times, there was a combination of features, afterwards divided and presented in separate groupy. ..."

3. The squyr of lowe degre: a Middle English metrical romance by William Edward Mead (1904)
"... Introduction, pp. xxi, clxiv, to "a MS. of groupy." Y rede J,e in game: Go hom and souk J,y dame And wynne J,er by gre. ..."

4. A Treatise on Commercial Paper and the Negotiable Instruments Law: Including by James Webster Eaton, Frank Bixby Gilbert (1903)
"Fall River Union Bank v. 83. English Bills of Exchange Act, Willard, 5 Mete. (Mass.) 216, 220; § 40 (1), (2). Allen v. Suydam, 17 Wend. (NY) 84. groupy v. ..."

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