cool[ kool ]SEE DEFINITION OF cool
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COOL
Cool enough to handle and then remove the skin and the roots.
Cool and then add the sirup to the cider and the juice of the lemons.
Remove from the stove, allow them to cool, and serve with cream.
He too had been almost angry, only by nature he was cool and even good-tempered.
When cool, this solidifies and may be served in attractive ways.
Seal the jars while hot, allow them to cool, and then store.
Add the butter and vanilla, cool, and fill into the éclairs.
She made no reply, but opened the door into the cool and, shaded little parlor.
We prefer the cool, quiet dining-room, which we have to ourselves, after all.
But after a night of cool reflection they began to repent of their haste.