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Things cool often describes (“cool ________”)
air, water, place, breeze, weather, head, shade, wind, climate, room, breezes, night, hand, nights, reception, day, waters, drink, morning, season, down, voice, temperatures, judgment, evening, eyes, light, colors, manner, summers, skin, climates, temperature, house, courage, spot, drinks, shadows, stream, surface, environment, atmosphere, winds, grass, cellar, tone, stars, places, spring, look, detachment, darkness, glass, heads, indifference, stuff, reflection, regions, sheets, blood, fingers, hands, shadow, breath, cloth, greenhouse, bath, retreat, compresses, rooms, floor, evenings, smile, streams, interior, soil, guy, calculation, summer, depths, reply, tones, liquid, winters, minutes, jazz, deliberation, earth, attitude

How cool often is described (“________ cool”)
real, little, pretty, same, more, relative, slow, comparative, hot, interior, liquid, kept, damn, icy, warm, less, professional, pleasant, singularly, mighty, usual, rapid, delicious, sound, refreshing, sudden, way, dark, clear, extra, latter, quiet, welcome, plain, deadly, wicked, keep, urban, conditioned, dead, deep, dry, damp, uncommonly, tall, damned, darn, joint, mad, grateful, blessed, sweet, calm, fresh, customary, tart, soft, inside, least, patient, ultimate, super, smooth, ultra, nice, sweat, bright, lovely, urine, oven, abnormally

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See cool used in context: 100+ rhymes, 31 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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