What is another word for cool?

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Marked by somewhat low temperature
“Unseasonably cool weather is considered to have contributed to track records in four competition categories.”
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Being in control of one's emotions
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“He sensed a stew of emotions bubbling beneath her cool exterior.”
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Showing apathy or disregard towards a person or idea
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“His relationship with his wife has broken down and his two sons are distant and cool with him.”
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Calmly audacious
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“He was unusually cool and brave for someone who was bungee-jumping for the first time.”
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(informal) Marked by a characteristic deemed as being impressive with regards to fashion
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“I was so sharp in these cool clothes, I could cut butter, or at least turn heads.”
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(informal) Of a high quality
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“That was a really cool movie. I really think you should go watch it.”
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Deemed to be satisfactory
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“Apart from my hurt ego, everything is cool!”
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(of climate or weather) Not aggressive or violent in nature
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That has not been mixed by stirring
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Showing little or no feeling
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Impertinent, or not showing due respect
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(of the climate) Pleasantly refreshing and cool
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Charming, confident and elegant
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Very good
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Equipped with and climate-controlled by air-conditioning
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Demonstrating a strict and uncompromising approach
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Experienced, familiar with
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Ready to accept instruction or direction, obedient, subservient
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Having or showing keen discernment, sound judgment, and farsightedness
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New, radical and extreme
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Having an especially high opinion of oneself, usually with contempt for others
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Situated in or full of shade
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Providing perfect happiness or great joy
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Delicious and pleasing to taste
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Strange or eccentric in some respect
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Lacking a coherent sequence or connection
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Unable or unwilling to speak
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Showing approval of or favour towards an idea or action
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Having a considerate or kindly disposition
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To allay a situation that has escalated