How To Use Cool In A Sentence

  • Once cool, release and tease hair with your fingers. The Sun
  • The extended period of damage was probably brought on by the cool/wet growing conditions.
  • She promised coolth in San Francisco, where Julia had set her heart on spending the night.
  • I turned up at the school yard with my hippie backpack slung over one shoulder feeling pretty cool. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can boil some brown rice and leave to cool for tomorrow. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure
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  • For a picnic, chill the strawberries and cream separately, take them along in a cool box, and assemble them on site.
  • And the prints represent Abstract Expressionism's entire stylistic range, from fast and visceral to cool and ethereal.
  • Air in free fall does not convect, which means that everything that heats up has to be cooled by fans; the space shuttle is LOUD inside. 8/4/08: Launch Pad, day 5
  • My mum was cool about whatever I wore.
  • The sun was bright in a sky already shading into a cooler, breezier blue, and the trees surrounding the compound glowed with the first, bright brush strokes of fall.
  • From peeper scopes to duct tape -- learn more about the cool tools Nature Conservancy scientists use to solve conservation issues. Conservation Tools: 'Very Pistols,' Underwater Paper, Amphibious Vehicles And Other Cool Gadgets Used By The Nature Conservancy Scientists (PHOTOS)
  • Jeffrey's voice was rough and his words were harsh but Anthony remained calm and cool, save his eyes.
  • Reconditioned radiator or cooling system refilling ( possibly under filled or air trapped in system ).
  • They were too cool to play an encore, or perhaps they had simply run out of songs. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm going for a swim to cool down.
  • Gabrielle had a sudden urge to plunge into the cool lake like before.
  • C was probably a combined cooling and dressing-room, with a seat in its alcove; D, the tepidarium; E, the caldarium; and F, a specially hot room or sudatorium.
  • What’s not up for debate is that solifugids are just plain cool. Smithsonian Mag
  • All the accommodation is decorated in as minimalist fashion as luxury will allow, reflecting the vibrant colours of the region, from warm terracotta to the cool turquoise of the sea.
  • You'd always ignore it or answer with a cool comeback.
  • His skin had felt deliciously cool against her heated flesh as his hard body moved against hers.
  • We synthetically discuss charactesistic of the candy shaping mechanism and the cooling unit.
  • Hey, I'm all for cool action scenes in my SciFi, but -- if I may clarify the author's assumption -- stories that include inter-character relationships don't "alienate" me. Is Science Fiction Becoming 'Feminized'?
  • Exhaust fumes from the Apache engines are also cooled as they emerge to make it difficult for heat-seeking missiles to seek and destroy the aircraft.
  • I'm still unsure about this one; it could turn out really cool, or an absolute disaster ... my main motivation is that i don't wanna spend money on a haircut. decisions, decisions purchase any of the following: Kindle, iPod Touch, or MacBook Archive 2009-02-01
  • The shamal comes in quickly and silently, like an ocher paint roller, and can blow for several days straight, subsiding slightly at night when the air is cooler. Peace Meals
  • When he first came into the job, he was viewed as cool, aloof and intelligent.
  • And those involved are pretty small: a few degrees between cooler land and warmer ocean at night, a few tens of degrees between tropics and poles. Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet
  • Cult mezzo Magdalena Kozena and silvery soprano Carolyn Sampson sound gorgeous, but are on the cool side as Paris and Cupid respectively.
  • Once the juice has cooled, remove the flavourings and sweeten to taste.
  • They have innumerable beautiful, barefoot children, live in low-slung, thatched, whitewashed cottages, and their climate is often cool, damp and misty.
  • And don't forget, they're celebrating this milestone with a way-cool anthology of audio fiction: StarShip Sofa Stories, Volume 1! Congratulations to StarShip Sofa and Episode #100!
  • Facing off against Daredevil's way coolist foe of the day, Death-Stalker, the team-up had a great moment when the villain grabbed GR's flaming skull and was freaked to find that he wouldn't die. DAREDEVIL #102 Marvel Comics, 1973
  • It's still early in the morning; the air is cool and exhilarating, and the low sun softens the landscape and transfigures the dour colours of the hills.
  • For library/funk fans, this one is a cool, funky disco groover featuring tracks which have been used in classic 70s Brit shows such as The Sweeney and The Benny Hill Show besides countless others. Archive 2010-01-01
  • Yeah, he's a pop genius, but his cool, affable swagger and clever repartee are the perfect complement to the more extroverted, outgoing personalities of Dahle and Ms. Case.
  • By night they roost in the gently flowing shallows of the Platte, shin-deep in cool water, or else on sandbars, giving them warning against any predator that might come splashing out.
  • The best solution is to prepare the cuttings, then leave them in a cool, shady place for half an hour. The Sun
  • Recently renovated, the surfside inn still has its nautical-cool whitewashed facade, and its 36 guest rooms are equipped with patios and views of the Roqueta Channel. 10
  • In the interim, the auklet egg was left in a carton buried in the sand to keep it safe and cool.
  • The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm
  • Yes, it drubs the Corolla, but the current Corolla has been around since the Earth cooled (2006). Brand-New and Almost Out of Date
  • The patrons' tables are constantly resupplied with clear, cool, tart pomegranate juice and hot, flat white bread extracted with long-handled wooden spatulas from the ovens through openings in the walls.
  • After condensation, the fluids are drawn back to the areas that are in need of cooling.
  • Her skin felt smooth and cool.
  • I think the younger generation have obtained from somewhere or other the impression that I am uncool.
  • If the cooling system sprang a leak pilots had to land and mend the pipe with chewing gum and insulation tape.
  • These stylish male celebs are making it cool for men to care about what they wear. The Sun
  • The bottles are then capped and placed in the cool cellars of the winery for up to 2 years.
  • The car lights are extinguished and we stand in the blue shadows and cooling dust. Times, Sunday Times
  • And a bowl of juicy ripe fruit was placed on the table and a bottle of sparkling wine was chilling nicely in the silver cooler.
  • A pegmatite is an extremely slow-cooling igneous rock in which very large crystals can form. Mica
  • From the cooler water morwong, to a splendid angelfish and the brightly speckled hawkfish, this oceanic haven in the middle of a vast sea vibrates to the rhythm of the Pacific's currents.
  • The different kinden races were also neat..different in a way that was cool, but done in a way that they felt familiar. Archive 2010-02-01
  • We will all be 50 and I would like to look cool and trendy rather than old and frumpy. Times, Sunday Times
  • While in the daytime it looked just kept enough to be scruffy, the thick cool of the night hid its dinginess and transformed it into something almost beautiful.
  • Mentally recollecting myself, I took a deep breath and said coolly, ‘Andrew, please leave.’
  • There’s a town on the central coast of British Columbia called Bella Coola, B.C. that could probably use a little attention right now. Blogging Batholiths Part 2 - The Panda's Thumb
  • I was glad to meet Alan Savory, the opposition spokesman - a young, cool customer, dark and striking.
  • And not in the astrophysically cool sense of the word. Sharon Glassman: Countrify-Me: Confessions of a Thru-Yorker
  • People were staying at home, sitting out on their front steps, hoping for a cooling breeze. MR STARLIGHT
  • This invention relates to improvements in vertical continuous casting or the casting technique of obtaining cast pieces by drawing a strand formed in a water-cooled mold downward without incurvating, and then cutting the strand.
  • Let him cool his heels for a while: that'll teach him to be impolite.
  • Today's report says the bombardment of children with messages of what is cool pits children against each other and their parents.
  • As the vines have yielded their fruit by midsummer and ripened their wood early so as to be ready for starting into growth again in December or January, the grapery is kept cool and ventilated in the fall and early winter, but this need not interfere with the mushroom crop. Mushrooms: how to grow them a practical treatise on mushroom culture for profit and pleasure
  • Most American designers are either obsessed with objective space or suffer from just trying to make things look cool - but here there is evidence of honesty, conceptualism and philosophy.
  • Fewer and fewer people living in this country feel any cultural connection with jolly swagmen, billabongs and coolibah trees.
  • The sweeping tall palm trees fringing the edge of the beach, seemingly bowed toward the sea, as if trying to dip their frowns over the white sands to reach the ocean for a refreshing drink of its cool water. "Best" Beach
  • Using laser cooling, scientists trap the atoms, holding them within carefully tuned beams of laser light.
  • What lawns deserve is grey water, that basinful of (cooled) soapy washing-up water, the sluiced out teapot, the diverted bathwater. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are really cool and more edgy than the shopping centres. The Sun
  • A bottle-like chamber, called a cryostat, surrounds and cools the telescope and detectors. News and Features - NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • He is often admired for his tasteful shirts, cool strides and groovy haircuts.
  • The ninth-place finisher in other words, the first person to lose Saturday nets a cool $1.25 million. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • Women engine fitters also undertake major overhauls on liquid- and air-cooled motors and instruction is given in the maintenance of variable-pitch airscrews.
  • She's beyond cool, with a grungy glamour, and looks so great when she dances.
  • The new look is very cool, very hip, with lots of good pictures.
  • Practice had just ended, but the crisp weather of winter was quick to cool him down again.
  • September 18, 2008 at 12: 50 pm cool. to me it looks like some little extra out of one of those rankin and bass tv specials. now that i think about it, it reminds me of the abominable snowman from the rudolph special. The Naugahyde Nauga : Scrubbles.net
  • At the May state dinner for Mexican President Felipe Calderón, prickly pear cactus showed up in vermeil wine coolers, and Dowling also tucked a few among the in the centerpieces of fuchsia roses and Cattleya orchids. White House florist shows Obamas' relaxed style
  • Have a cool shower bath or a sponge bath when the temperature is high.
  • In this paper, a theoretical Calculation method of radiation Cooling adapted to computer calculation is introduced.
  • Manned Orbiting Laboratory gloves with sharkskin palms and sewn-in steel fingernails, so nimble that an astronaut could pick up a dime while wearing them, even when they were pressurized; long johns laced with plastic pipes, to water-cool the wearer; and box after box of headgear, including Armstrong's gold-visored external helmet, once thought to have been left on the moon. The Seattle Times
  • They can be melted at a low temperature and shaped into a mold as they cool back into a solid.
  • It runs out of steam towards the end but until then this is ultraviolent but ultra-cool. The Sun
  • The company manufactures a variety of quality airflow products, including high-velocity fans, portable evaporative coolers, and ventilation fans.
  • Unfortunately, whatever mojo he worked in the mountains has reversed the Earth's cool polarity and Superman is temporarily cooler than Batman.
  • Most people are unaware that apples stay fresh two weeks longer if kept cool in the fridge. The Sun
  • The Chief Inspector has suggested a complete overhaul of the good book, reducing it to a pacier 250 pages, a greater focus on “Floods and brimstone and other cool stuff” and a possible rewrite by Dan Brown to “Sex the whole thing up a bit.” Archive 2008-10-01
  • A new high power-density brushless permanent magnet traction motor with water-cooling stator frame as well as design guideline is presented.
  • Pamela was there exchanging cool compresses on his forehead.
  • Sadly though the intention had been to get to see the Crypt, where the Rakoff collection of comics is stored, both our minds let it slip till too late - but I did see the really cool old lifts with the doors you have to close manually and suchlike, plus having a nice lunch with companiable conversation. A day away at the V&A but not at play
  • Manhattan's condominium sales cooled over the summer, backtracking in July from a June surge that was boosted by a tax credit for home buyers. Manhattan Condo Sales Slowed in July
  • Sorry Tracey ... but if you go to the cooler where all processed meats are sold at costco you can buy a pack of 15 hot dogs to take home ... and it is there that the devil lies in the details ... Shopping at Costco just got even more awesome
  • Sam and George try on their costumes, expressions like ‘wow’ and ‘cool’ are randomly spurted out. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Tom’s Review Forum
  • In town me and Josh got Silver rings as part of the purity for God thing - very cool!
  • When buying seeds look at where and how the seed is stored - cool, dry positions are best.
  • There are a number of cool-season vegetables to plant, along with flowers such as dianthus, petunias, snapdragons and violas.
  • It is rather cool, not to say cold.
  • Katherine spoke softly, sometimes hesitantly and sometimes in a rush, with a great deal more emotional inflection than the voice she uses when acting the cool professional.
  • Water vapour rises into the atmosphere where it is cooled and turned back into liquid water.
  • She looks down and back up, meeting my gaze with cool blue eyes. Times, Sunday Times
  • This wine is ideal with slices of cool turkey, dusted with a little sea salt and draped over a crisp lettuce bed on rye bread.
  • If you want to support Hillary or McCain checkout mifavpolitician. com, it has some cool helarious stuff!! Working late night
  • A NASA study found some clouds that form on tiny haze particles are not cooling the Earth as much as previously thought.
  • The template and primer were annealed by briefly heating at 80°C and cooling to room temperature.
  • But there are other septaria of iron-stone which seem to have had a very different origin, their cavities having been formed in cooling or congealing from an ignited state, as is ingeniously deduced by Dr. Hutton from their internal structure. The Botanic Garden A Poem in Two Parts. Part 1: the Economy of Vegetation
  • May 31, 2008 someone with great grid neurons amazing coordination in juggling (via the NY Times) 20: 43 in just cool | Permalink someone with great grid neurons
  • He sat to the last moment doggedly struggling to keep cool and to mount the ciliated funnel of an earthworm’s nephridium. Love and Mr Lewisham
  • If you have browns or reds in your furniture, select cooler beige with ashy tones to avoid ‘overheating’ your room.
  • For the inarticulate Trevor, ‘I think you're really cool,’ is a major statement of devotion, and ‘buck up, little camper’ is the best consolation he can offer.
  • The cool-headed 37-year-old took hold of one of the men, who had a handgun, but he broke free and pointed the gun at her, saying ‘Back off or you'll get one’.
  • As its top cooled and contracted, it developed narrow crevices more than fifty feet deep.
  • Then pound the liver to a paste, add a tablespoonful of salt, a saltspoonful of white pepper; add three quarters of a pound of clarified butter; pound well together and pass through a wire sieve; put into pots; smooth over the top with a knife, then pour over hot clarified butter or lard and keep in a cool place. My Pet Recipes, Tried and True Contributed by the Ladies and Friends of St. Andrew's Church, Quebec
  • “Santa Ana” winds, or foehn winds, are hot winds … when one of them starts to blown, his assumption that wind will cool down the UHI gets blown out the window. Parker 2006: An Urban Myth? « Climate Audit
  • Ducts that leak heated air into unheated spaces can add hundreds of dollars a year to your heating and cooling bills.
  • Filling my palms with the cool water, I washed my face, then quickly removed my clothing.
  • When cool, cover and put in the refrigerator for at least 3 days.
  • Remove from the pan, cool, then flake into large pieces. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course, it would be uncool to be excited about being so cool.
  • Someone had opened a window and the cool morning breeze drifted in and ruffled the white hospital curtains.
  • There is something cool and businesslike about you and people take what you say seriously. The Sun
  • I would be curious to know whether composers who work with just intonation came to it through diatonicism and then realized how cool it would be to adapt it to chromaticism, or whether they were chromatic from the start and just continually dissatisfied with the equal-tempered results. Arguments, agreements, advice, answers, articulate announcements
  • It was cool without being chill, and took the warmth of one's hand flatteringly soon, as if it liked to do so, yet kept its freshness; it was smooth without being glossy, mat as a pearl, and as delightful to roll in the hand; and of an exquisite, alarming frangibility that gave it, in its small way, that flavour which belongs to pleasures that are dogged by the danger of a violent end. The Judge
  • They had great food, there was always a good environment, and they played cool music in the background.
  • The town walls melted into pink, families promenaded in the cooler air of dusk, and for a moment I seriously considered taking up a career in sardine fishing.
  • Then a warm bath or shower can be taken which should always be followed by a cool rinse at the end to invigorate blood circulation and stimulate surface warmth.
  • He is just a very cool dude, and charming with it. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's really funky and cool. The Sun
  • I lay alone in the darkened bedroom, staring into ashy, cool murkiness.
  • Those sparks were another heat-dissipating mech - anism, and though the snow and ice had cooled the hooves below sparking level, there was still plenty of heat to serve. Split Infinity
  • A large body of evidence points to the existence of an extended, complex coronal magnetosphere originating at the cooler K subgiant Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • The main lobby is cooled with a variety of custom displacement diffusers at each of the four floor levels.
  • Because the release of aerosols is centered over land, its cooling effects tend to be localized over continents.
  • he's a cool dude
  • Not only does this increase the cooling energy requirement for the building, but also it increases the size of the chiller required to cool the building.
  • Store fresh fruit and vegetables somewhere cool and dark. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well
  • Karen Barnes, associate editor of Good Housekeeping magazine, believes it is possible to become the perfect hostess without losing your cool.
  • Invert the cake onto a cooling rack.
  • Curd is boiled, cooled and whisked buffalo milk poured into earthenware pots and left to set.
  • But we confabbed the night before, and agreed it would probably be best if we headed out on our tour for the bighorn sheep experts early in the day, while it was cool. grouse Diary Entry
  • Mental ability tests do not measure personality, social adroitness, leadership, charisma, cool-headedness, altruism, or many other things that we value.
  • You may find it easier to let the ham cool a little in the cooking liquor first. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cool thing about legends and mysteries is that they remain so. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • A cool shower wakes up the body and boosts circulation.
  • Jeans, cords, cargos, or any cool pair of flat-front pants - basically, everything but a suit.
  • Her blood has diluted and cooled itself to a crystalline, life-giving wine. A MEANS TO EVIL
  • Tip the beef mix into a baking dish and leave to cool for ten minutes. The Sun
  • Plus, she has the whole surfer wahine chick thing going, which is beyond cool. THE BLACK BOOK: DIARY OF A TEENAGE STUD VOL. I, GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS
  • Working quickly, she dug into the center of her bag for dry clothes that had avoided the driving penetration of the cool October rain and pulled on a sweatshirt and well-worn jeans.
  • Going out with a thirtysomething when you are barely into your twenties is the coolest thing a man can do. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then, while still contracting, the star cools through yellow and red-hot, and the protyle condenses into progressively heavier elements.
  • There is little or no hint of the compassion and humanity which lay beneath the cool exterior.
  • The carpet appeared to be yellow shag, which felt cool when Iroka swung her feet off the bed and onto the floor.
  • Yeah, lots more people know how cool it is to collect stamps.
  • Smoke from a slender chimney vents above the height of the second-level cooling room, a triangular ‘wood tube’ that cantilevers beyond a supporting brick wall.
  • He proposed that work was generated by the passage of caloric from a warmer to a cooler body, with caloric being conserved in the process. Carnot, Nicolas Léonard Sadi
  • I put my head under the tap and let the cool water run over me.
  • France: generally cool winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean; occasional strong, cold, dry, north-to-northwesterly wind known as mistral The 2001 CIA World Factbook
  • I will have to try the Koolaid playdough that sounds cool. For a Nauseatingly Good Time, Call Me « Bored Mommy
  • The car cost a cool thirty thousand.
  • Plain yogurt on a burn helps moisturize the skin and cool the heat.
  • Ever since I found out that they make adult sizes I've been daydreaming about 'heeling' to work (just think how exciting that walk to and from London Bridge would be on wheels), about skating carefree-ly round Paul when we go shopping, and about generally being the coolest kid in the playground. The One With The Fad
  • It also accommodates the engine, transmission and air conditioning radiators and intercoolers.
  • Stunning winner after cool finish for equaliser. The Sun
  • There wasn't any way that I was going to be associated with an uncool person for fear that it would have rubbed off on me and then I'd be labelled the backstabbing bitch's boyfriend. unclebob Diary Entry
  • Women's sanitary products were found behind a drinks cooler and other parts of the office and spit was daubed on desks. Times, Sunday Times
  • She would not show him how upset she was. It was always smarter to play it cool.
  • Share your obscure coolness with me, and gain strength from the sharing. Recharging
  • Proper clothing also helps to keep you cool.
  • We must remain with the cool head. The Sun
  • The AC condenser cools the refrigerant and turns it to a liquid form.
  • Tracy rushed her sister into the toilets to cool down the affected areas while other family members took advice from an off-duty fireman who was also dining at the restaurant.
  • Other coloring materials were prepared in approximately the same way: mixing the coloring source with a fondant and perhaps other ingredients to improve its qualities, followed by multiple melting, cooling and regrinding steps, until the coloring material was determined to be good enough for use. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Was the overall effect still too cool? Times, Sunday Times
  • Thinking is, or ought to be, a coolness and a calmness; and our poor hearts throb, and our poor brains beat too much for that. 
  • I thought it was an angelfish at first, but it was pretty cool! Field & Stream
  • Your tots will be the coolest kids on the playground once they get their tiny hands on threads from Little Ruler. Little Ruler Clothing for Trendy Little Tykes
  • Temperatures will cool down a little bit. The Sun
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  • The loops give adequate access for the worker to heat the glass on the pontil rods, especially on breezy days when the cool air can harden the glass very rapidly, giving you little or no time to work it.
  • This mixes feminism with funny, cool with competent, self-deprecating with powerbroker. The Sun
  • If the room had a little light apart from the faulty bedside lamp that flickered unpredictably every few minutes it wouldn't be so bad, or even just a fan that at least to cool and circulate the foul damp air.
  • Her inspection of the bedroom finished, she walked down the staircase into the coolness of the stone-flagged hallway.
  • Das poucas coisas que me recordo por entre as névoas de alcool que caracterizaram os meus quatro anos de aprendizagem superior, são as poucas conversas que tive com o Manuel Anastácio. Egosurfing
  • Pressure was applied with cool precision: women had discovered that to sidestep male dominance was to avoid destructive rage.
  • ‘And stop me if I drink more than three coolers,’ she said.
  • These high elevation communities are naturally subject to increased atmospheric moisture, cooler temperatures, and higher winds, but also now suffer from the effects of acid rain deposition, which tend to be exacerbated in high elevation communities, and from the depredations of an introduced homopteran insect, the wooly adelgid (Adelges spp.). Appalachian-Blue Ridge forests
  • But his former high school teachers recall that he did it with such panache that few doubted the inner cool that lurked behind his starched shirt. The Sun
  • The castle looks cool, though ... and I am curious what butterbeer tastes like. We Could Do a Lot With Two Hundred and Sixty-Five Million Dollars
  • Steep it for 10 minutes, allow the tea to cool and soak your feet for 30 minutes.
  • Her hard-set blue eyes were serious and cool, and she wore her reddish blonde hair in tight curls.
  • The case itself, as with the previous volume, offers a reversible cover, a cool feature that seems to be the norm for Geneon releases now.
  • We went to find somewhere cool and shady to have a drink.
  • Hey! Cool it! Don't get so excited!
  • Offal, long the most unchic of entrees, is suddenly cool. Not For the Lily-Livered
  • Certain herbs will also grow well in cooler temperatures including cilantro, winter thyme, winter savory & sage.
  • Thaw overnight at cool room temperature and cook as directed. The Sun
  • a certain point, and fuffered to cool, long rhomboidal cryftals are afforded of a deep blue colour, called vitriolated copper, or blue vitriol; it appears therefore that vitriolic acid forms, with iron, green cryftals; vrith zinc, white cryftals i and with copper, blue cryf - tals. The Economy of Nature Explained and Illustrated: On the Principles of Modern Philosophy. By G ...
  • London audiences are notoriously bad at reacting well to anything that hasn't been pre-certified as ‘cool’ by the style mags and weekly newspapers.

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