groove

Part of speech: verb

To form a groove in; shape like a groove.

Part of speech: noun

A furrow or long hollow, as cut by a tool.

Part of speech: noun

A fixed routine.

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Usage examples "groove":

  1. This groove is continued vertically along the inside of the back- rest and foot of the tub respectively, to communicate at either end with the bed for the reception of the carbon plates. - "The Electric Bath", George M. Schweig.
  2. Their feet were against the groove which held the fusuma. - "The Way of the Gods", John Luther Long.
  3. The bowel being empty and the bladder moderately full, a staff with a groove in its left side is to be passed by the urethra into the bladder. - "Surgical Anatomy", Joseph Maclise.