Thesaurus / groove
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Endlich's imagination seemed forced to follow a groove, trying to picture that last terrible moment, fifty-million years ago.

Asteroid of FearRaymond Zinke Gallun

She makes a great effort; the bar yields, slips back in the groove.

The recording diaphragm of a phonograph is a window pane bearing a stylus adapted to engrave a groove in a record blank.

One of these accompanies the disks from South Carolina, and is marked with a groove to receive the thumb in throwing it.

For small shops it is made for clamping only, and the making of the groove is done with the ordinary hammer.

When she has rendered the groove as large as she wishes, the motion of the tendons ceases, and an egg is placed in the cavity.

The jugular groove (U) is the groove which is on each side of the neck, just above the wind-pipe.

The HorsewomanAlice M. Hayes

By this means the back is rounded, and a groove formed on each side for the admission of one edge of the pasteboards.

Then all is trimmed up and a groove run round the form as shown.

The Indian nodded his head gravely, and fitted his little finger in the groove.

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