01. Glaciers have carved huge [grooves] in the rocks here.
02. Wooden pencils are made by attaching two pieces of wood together with a piece of graphite glued into a [groove] between the two.
03. There are 119 tiny [grooves] on the edge of an American quarter, but a dime has only 118.
04. The music of Santana is a mixture of rock with strong Latin [grooves].
05. The [grooves] inside the barrel of a rifle give a spiral spin to the bullet as it exits.
06. Everyone was [grooving] to the music at the party.
07. The bottom of the drawer fits into little [grooves] in both of the sides.
08. His music has a real '60s [groove] to it, mixed with modern punk sounds.
09. The disco [groove] in their songs makes their music great for dancing.
10. If you put soap in the [grooves], the drawers will slide more easily.
11. The water flows along thin, shallow [grooves] in the surface of the plastic covering.
12. There were deep, jagged [grooves] in the wood of the door where the monster had been clawing at it.
13. When I was young, my grandmother would fix our vinyl records that skipped by using a pin to carve a deeper [groove] for the needle to follow.
14. The [grooves] in the rocks here were made by ice dragged along the surface by the glaciers.
15. Khrisnamurti once suggested that a consistent thinker is a thoughtless person because he conforms to a pattern; he repeats phrases, and thinks in a [groove].

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