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Another word for cool

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Adjective
  1. Marked by a low temperature

    See also:

    hot

  2. Not easily excited, even under pressure

    See also:

    calm

  3. Not friendly, sociable, or warm in manner

  4. Particularly excellent

Verb
  1. To bring one's emotions under control

    Idioms:
    See also:

    restraint

Noun
  1. A stable, calm state of the emotions

Another word for cool

Modifier
Verb
  1. To become cool

  2. To cause to become cool

Synonym Study

  • Nonchalant stresses a cool lack of concern or casual indifference
  • Unruffled suggests the maintenance of poise or composure in the face of something that might agitate or embarrass one
  • Collected stresses being in full command of one's faculties or emotions in a distracting situation
  • Composed suggests readiness to meet a trying situation through self-possession or the disciplining of one's emotions
  • Cool , in this comparison, implies freedom from the heat of emotion or excitement, suggesting a calm, dispassionate attitude or a controlled alertness in difficult circumstances to keep cool in an emergency