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  • 1 cool — [ko͞ol] adj. [ME & OE col < IE base * gel , cold, to freeze > CHILL, COLD, L gelu] 1. moderately cold; neither warm nor very cold 2. tending to reduce discomfort in warm or hot weather [cool clothes] 3. a) …

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  • 2 Cool — Cool, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Cooled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Cooling}.] 1. To make cool or cold; to reduce the temperature of; as, ice cools water. [1913 Webster] Send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue. Luke xvi …

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  • 3 cool — coolingly, adv. coolish, adj. coolly, adv. coolness, n. /koohl/, adj., cooler, coolest, adv., n., v. adj. 1. moderately cold; neither warm nor cold: a rather cool evening …

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  • 4 cool — [[t]kul[/t]] adj. 1) moderately cold; neither warm nor cold 2) imparting a sensation of coolness: a cool breeze[/ex] 3) permitting relief from heat: a cool dress[/ex] 4) cvb not excited; calm: remained cool in the face of disaster[/ex] 5) not… …

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  • 5 cool — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English col, from Old English cōl; akin to Old High German kuoli cool, Old English ceald cold more at cold Date: before 12th century 1. moderately cold ; lacking in warmth 2. a. marked by steady dispassionate… …

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  • 6 cool — /kul / (say koohl) adjective 1. moderately cold; neither warm nor very cold. 2. imparting or permitting a sensation of moderate coldness: a cool dress. 3. not excited; calm; unmoved; not hasty; deliberate; aloof. 4. deficient in ardour or… …

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  • 7 cool down — verb 1. make cool or cooler Chill the food • Syn: ↑cool, ↑chill • Ant: ↑heat (for: ↑cool) • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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  • 8 cool — I. a. 1. Somewhat cold, a little cold, moderately cold, rather cold. 2. Unimpassioned, dispassionate, collected, composed, self possessed, calm, unruffled, undisturbed, sedate, unexcited, placid, quiet, staid. 3. Indifferent, unconcerned,… …

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  • 9 Cool McCool — Opening titles Format Animation Created by Bob Kane Al Brodax …

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  • 10 Cool Rays — was a rock band formed by five Evergreen State College (Olympia, Washington, USA) students in late 1980. The band is especially notable as Calvin Johnson s first ensemble and one of the earlier expressions of the Olympia music scene that… …

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  • 11 Make Me a Millionaire — title card. Format Game/Lottery Show Created by J.D. Roth …

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  • 12 Cool jazz — Stylistic origins bebop, swing music, classical music Cultural origins 1940s Mainstream popularity 1949 1955 Local scenes Lo …

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  • 13 Cool It (TV series) — Cool It Genre Comedy, impressionism Created by Phil Cool Jasper Carrott Paul Alexander Keith Donnelly Barry Faulkner Directed by David Weir St …

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  • 14 Cool with You: The Platinum Collection — Greatest hits album by Jennifer Love Hewitt Released June 6 …

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  • 15 Cool Cat (film) — Cool Cat Looney Tunes (Cool Cat) series Directed by Alex Lovy Produced by William L. Hendricks Story by Bob Kurtz …

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  • 16 Cool, Cool Water — Single by The Beach Boys from the album Sunflower Released March 1971 [1] Format Vinyl …

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  • 17 Cool the Earth — Inc. is a non profit educational organization based in Northern California. The mission of Cool the Earth is to educate kids and their families about climate change and motivate them to take simple measurable actions at home to reduce their… …

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  • 18 Cool Runnings — Theatrical release poster Directed by Jon Turteltaub Produced by Susan …

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  • 19 Cool Change (song) — Cool Change US 7 vinyl single Single by Little River Band from the album First Under the Wire …

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  • 20 cool — ► ADJECTIVE 1) of or at a fairly low temperature. 2) keeping one from becoming too hot. 3) unfriendly or unenthusiastic. 4) free from anxiety or excitement: he kept a cool head . 5) (of jazz) restrained and relaxed. 6) informal fashionably… …

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