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Be sure to cut these grooves in the center of each edge so that they all line up once assembled, and avoid cutting grooves on any edge that will end up on the outside edges of the door.

Julian Gressel, a major trade acquisition last winter, never found a groove.

Three days later, I was in a great writing groove that lasted for over a month.

The hinge will hold the device open at any angle, but it locks into place using a tongue-in-groove system for when you want it to stay completely flat.

Each lens, known as a diffractive waveguide, is etched with tiny grooves that redirect light across the surface before being steered into a wearer’s eye.

From Fortune

Kudos to the backup dancer who keeps on grooving like nothing happened.

But we didn't expect was to find new Meet The Press moderator David Gregory grooving to Beyonce's "Single Ladies."

There were signs of previous glaciation in the form of erratics and many examples of polishing and grooving.

The guide on the grooving plane thus works against each face of the joint, and this ensures correct jointing.

Having beveled and sandpapered the lid, trace a design on it, and outline this design by grooving.

It runs back around the bend of the Gourzy overlooking the Laruns hollow, the carriage-road grooving its way down far below it.

Make the doors, tenoning the rails into the stiles and grooving both to receive the mullioned framework of 3/16-in.

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On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grooving, such as: cheery, chipper, convivial, gala, happy, and hearty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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