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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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Which is the least cool way for a guy to break into show business, doing a scene from ``Bring It On'' or singing ``You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man'' like you mean it?
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Seven model communities--representing a variety of climates, sizes, and needs--have been chosen to initiate the Cool Communities program.
In fact, before creating Wave-Cast four months ago, Cool was providing swell predictions in a free Web site he has operated for about two years.
However, just adding water onto hot molding sand will not efficiently cool the sand and aid in creating the homogenous mass.
She prefers the idea that blood returning from the nose through a sinus cavity cools the brain directly.
Photo: (1--color in SIMI and CONEJO editions only) Todd Cool has developed an Internet site for surfers needing to know the weather.
Unlike other websites that are simply referral services or confusing long lists of links to other sites, COOL offers relevant education, useful information and tangible solutions including costs of care.
Relying on Internet-savvy people to decide upon cool sites means you can impress your friends with much less Web surfing on your part.
Laser light, most often used to heat objects, can now cool them as well.
Circulating oil temperature-control systems with a temperature range to 600 F incorporate cool oil reservoir that eliminates thermal shock associated with in-line shell and tube heat exchanger.
This is cool - an enduring, modern, youthful, collective-unconscious cool embodied in the attractiveness of alienation, the magnetism of vulnerability, the simmering sensuality of self-imposed isolation.
Take a glowing hot glass bulb, join it to a cool glass tube, and listen for an ethereal hum.
Increased power translates into significant increase in heat gain, where the electrical cost to cool the data center can equal or exceed the power to energize the computer equipment," Mr.