coolness


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Synonyms for coolness

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Synonyms for coolness

calm and unruffled self-assurance

the property of being moderately cold

fearless self-possession in the face of danger

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The general has just blown his brains out," replied Monte Cristo with great coolness.
Doolittle listened to this falsehood would have betrayed his agency in the liberation of the dogs, had Natty wanted any further confirmation; and the coolness and management of the old man now disappeared in open indignation.
Bartolomeo seemed dazed for a moment, but he recovered his coolness instantly, and replied:--
WHO, TREATED WITH MARKED COOLNESS BY ALL THE FEMALE
The summer came, breathless and sultry, and even at night there was no coolness to rest one's jaded nerves.
Sometimes on his way back from Wharton Philip would sit in the shade on one of the benches in the Anlage, enjoying the coolness and watching the patterns of light which the sun, shining through the leaves, made on the ground.
I took them off with all the coolness of an old hand, and then I placed him on my knee and removed his blouse.
We've never marred it by one quarrel or coolness or unkind word; and I hope it will always be so.
Would the coolness between Rosa and Cornelius last for ever?
And Jerry knew only the delight of the wet coolness on his tongue, all about his mouth, and down his throat.
I thought him a trifle excited, which surprised me, for he had a reputation for exceptional coolness, even in moments of sudden and imminent peril.
Beauly had resented the question, and a temporary coolness between the two ladies had been the result.
In the evenings they rambled in the low-lying, daisied, shore fields under a golden moon, or they sat in the living room at the little house where often the coolness of the sea breeze justified a driftwood fire, and talked of the thousand and one things which happy, eager, clever young people can find to talk about.
But his companions were not listening; they were taking up their last positions with the most perfect coolness.
It can now be understood why Rouletabille had shown so marked a coolness of demeanour towards Rance when they met in the witnesses' room, on the day of the trial.