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The water was wonderfully cool and refreshing.
Store the wine in a cool dry place.
Tomorrow it will be cloudy and cool everywhere.
The presidential candidate got a cool reception.
a cool ruthless manner
one of Britain's coolest young designers
It's not considered cool to wear a helmet.
We had such a cool time at your party.
I met this really cool girl last night.
'We could go to see a film.' 'Cool.'
Any time after five would be cool.
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