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canaliculus a small bodily channel or tubular passage, such as a tear duct, or a tiny groove, as in a bone.
chase2 a furrow or groove; slot. [1/2 definitions]
chassis in a gun, the groove along which the carriage moves back and forth. [1/4 definitions]
crease a groove or fold, produced by heat or pressure. [3/6 definitions]
dado in carpentry, a rectangular groove into which the end of a board is or can be set. [1/3 definitions]
flute an indentation, groove, or furrow, as in pleated cloth or along the edge of a pie crust. [1/8 definitions]
fuller2 a groove made with this tool. [1/2 definitions]
gouge the hole or groove that is created using a gouge or other similar cutting edge. [1/7 definitions]
groove to cut a groove into. [2/7 definitions]
guideway a channel or groove that defines the path for something moving through it. [1/2 definitions]
kerf a groove, notch, or cut made in wood by a saw or other cutting tool, or the width of such a cut. [1/2 definitions]
microgroove an especially fine groove on a long-playing record, or a record having such a groove.
paramecium any of several one-celled protozoans that move by means of cilia and have a large oral groove.
philtrum the vertical groove between the upper lip and the nose.
rabbet a slot or groove cut into the edge of a board, frame, or the like, to receive a projecting edge of another piece so that the two fit together. [1/5 definitions]
regroove combined form of groove.
runner a groove or support on which a drawer or the like slides or moves. [1/7 definitions]
rut1 a furrow or groove worn into the ground by something such as a wheeled vehicle. [1/3 definitions]
screw thread the continuous helical ridge or groove on the outer surface of a screw or the inner surface of a nut.
serrate to notch or groove the edge of. [1/2 definitions]
tongue-and-groove joint a carpentry joint in which a projection on one board is fitted into a matching groove on the next.