Oh, that would be too long telling, Florry, and that'll keep cool.
His father was nervous, but advised Paul to keep cool or all would be lost.
"That's one way to keep cool at a clambake," grinned the man in gray.
At the end of the rain-storm the weather helped Parker to keep cool.
"Remember, John, keep cool and keep jabbing that left in his face," he said.
You might as well put the milk-can in the stream to keep cool.
"Yes, keep cool, Kunnel; it's only our solicitude for your welfare," chipped in Foster.
Stuart asked, with sudden anger in spite of his effort to keep cool.
So with good knife, and your back against a tree, keep cool.
But I must keep cool if I am to come out on top; and, who knows?