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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

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Cool instant cooling towels were made to help people stay cool in such settings as the gym, playing sports or taking a walk in the woods.
Induction furnaces of all types and sizes normally are cooled by water flowing through the furnaces' coils, which are made of heavy copper tubing.
Sexy cool Cheryl Cole It's her winning combination of natural beauty, feisty Geordie charm and a top-class sense of humour that makes Wor Cheryl, 29, both hot and cool.
As a function of the probes surface temperature every media has a certain ability to extract the heat stored in the probe, so a point within the probe will be more or less intensely cooled (Mudura, 2000a).
As part of the ongoing program, BASF will offer special incentives for those suppliers that, as a result of the Cool Color Challenge, convert their standard color palette to Ultra-Cool coatings.
The outlook for one supplier of climatized seating systems is one where cooled seats are going to be hot.
Westerfeld has encapsulated today's cool in a fast-paced, fun novel that's not afraid to poke fun at our own consumerism while at the same time recognizing that cool rules.
ZIP, which stands for zinc, iron and protein, will communicate, in a "still cool" format, how these key nutrients help girls grow and learn.
Mumma prefers using a radiant cooling system (one that circulates cool water through ceiling panels) over those that employ forced air.
To move from a research tool to a commercially accepted routine analytical Cool there are certain criteria that need to be met.
Water, extracted from the ground at a fairly constant 11 degrees Celsius, is used to cool the air in the auditorium and is returned via a soakaway.
When the, circulating blood exceeds 98.6[degrees], the hypothalamus signals the heart to beat harder and faster, the blood vessels to expand at the skin's surface to help radiate heat, and sweat glands to kick into gear to cool the skin by evaporation.
The Cool Communities Plant-A-Thon, held from April 26 through May 18, will offer proof of trees' cooling power - not just on single buildings, but on entire neighborhoods.
BEAVIS: How come, like, some stuff sucks, but then, like, some stuff is pretty cool?