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Synonyms for cool

lose heat

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  • heat (up)
  • warm (up)
  • thaw

make cool

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calm (down)

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coldness

Synonyms for cool

Synonyms for cool

the quality of being at a refreshingly low temperature

great coolness and composure under strain

make cool or cooler

loose heat

lose intensity

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neither warm nor very cold

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marked by calm self-control (especially in trying circumstances)

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(color) inducing the impression of coolness

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psychologically cool and unenthusiastic

(used of a number or sum) without exaggeration or qualification

fashionable and attractive at the time

References in classic literature ?
You gave him a cool nod, and just now you bowed and smiled in the politest way to Tommy Chamberlain, whose father keeps a grocery store.
Vixen was a clever little dog, but she could never connect the punkah and the coolie; so Garin gave me grateful hours of cool sleep.
A cool breath from the snows met us about five miles out of Kalka, and she whined for her coat, wisely fearing a chill on the liver.
Nothing would make her comfortable while you live," returned Rigg, in his cool high voice.
Her cool, level-looking eyes were no longer level-looking nor cool, but warmly drooping and just unable to meet his, as she came toward him and nestled in the circle of his arms, saying softly, almost in a whisper, -
As I listened to the companionable murmur of the stream, I almost expected to see her again, in her simple white frock and straw hat, singing to the music of the rivulet, and freshening her nosegay of wild flowers by dipping it in the cool water.
On that fine summer night, and after a long day of traveling, might I not naturally take a bath in the cool water before I went to bed?
When we have picked up the North-east Trades in the Pacific we try to persuade our dying captain to run for Honolulu, and while I persuade I see myself again drinking cocktails on the cool lanais and fizzes out at Waikiki where the surf rolls in.
Until the midday sun stood vertically over the ravine, the air felt cool and damp, but now it became very sultry.
However, when his cool reflections returned, he plainly perceived that his case was neither mended nor altered by Sophia's billet, unless to give him some little glimpse of hope, from her constancy, of some favourable accident hereafter.
De Ville was in a pretty mess--I helped to scrape him off; but he was cool as a cucumber and made no threats at all.
But they sit cool in the cool shade: they want in everything to be merely spectators, and they avoid sitting where the sun burneth on the steps.
Back there, somewhere, were her hot little room and her still hotter bed; but between her and them lay a horrid desert of blackness across which one must feel one's way with outstretched, shrinking arms; while before her, out on the sun-parlor roof, were the moonlight and the cool, sweet night air.
But your voice just goes all through me, cool and fine.
Certain gentlemen among the passengers got some of the smaller boats lowered, and amused themselves by rowing about, and swimming, when the sun at evening time was cool enough to let them divert themselves in that way.