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adjective as in carved

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It’s easy to grip thanks to a grooved design, which will come in handy if you’re stuffing it in a larger bag on the go.

With easier cleaning at the top of the list, the Hurom H101 Slow Juicer was launched and updated to feature grooved strainers instead of hole strainers so the parts can just be run under water.

As the pasta absorbed water during cooking, the liquid couldn’t penetrate as fully on the grooved side, causing it to swell less than the smooth side of the pasta.

The crowd collectively grooved out in the wavy interpretive dance-esque style that Deadheads do.

Sometimes they would clamp a crooked stick between a grooved piece of sandstone and a flat bone.

He dropped a slender pointer upon the wire and engaged its grooved tip, and then the flying was out of his hands.

Thence the cable is sent over another deeply grooved wheel into the sea.

Every third girl now received a large empty gourd, a grooved board, and the dry shoulder-bone of a sheep.

It lay, tongued and grooved, with the scantling for fixing it, just where the timber merchant's men had deposited it—on the floor.


On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grooved, such as: addicted, acclimatized, acquainted, adapted, confirmed, and disciplined.

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