Synonyms for cooler

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The wind blew this day more from the northward, and was cooler.

And my head is much better and cooler, and I am quite comfortable.

He walked to the end of the long hall to where the cooler stood.

The temperature was still high, but you could imagine it was cooler.

I had no idea Portugal was ever as hot as this, but no doubt it is cooler on land.

That did not make me feel any cooler; if possible, I grew redder and redder.

Where the alley that was not cooler if a marquis walked beneath its shadow?

White clothes are cooler than black when the person wearing them is out in the sun.

The Captain was cooler and braver than any of his countrymen.

It was cooler now, at least her face was, and she got up and switched the light.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "a vessel in which something is set to cool," agent noun from cool (v.). Meaning "insulated box to keep things cool" is from 1958. Slang meaning "jail" is attested from 1884.

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