cool out

  1. (intr, adverb) Caribbean to relax and cool down

Words Nearby cool out

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How to use cool out in a sentence

  • Never mind, the kitchen is hot anyway, but it's nice and cool out here under this maple.

    At the Little Brown House | Ruth Alberta Brown
  • When the man was again in the cool out-of-doors, he was able to give a full account of his life with the Orientals.

    Panther Eye | Roy J. Snell
  • Now get into something warm--it's a little cool out--and I'll take you for a spin, and we'll have dinner somewhere.

    The Heart of Rachael | Kathleen Norris
  • Altogether when Mrs. Ascott came in, fresh and cool out of her carriage, Cicely was not in the best mood to receive her.

    The Curate in Charge | Margaret Oliphant
  • It's hot in the house to-night; it will be blissfully cool out on the river road.

    The Second Violin | Grace S. Richmond

Other Idioms and Phrases with cool out

cool out

see cool off, def. 2 and 3.

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