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uncool

[ uhn-kool ]
/ ʌnˈkul /
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adjective Slang.
not self-assured or relaxed: He felt very uncool, making a speech to strangers.
not sophisticated or worldly-wise.
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Origin of uncool

1955–60; un-1 + cool (in the slang senses “socially adept”)
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British Dictionary definitions for uncool

uncool
/ (ʌnˈkuːl) /

adjective slang
unsophisticated; unfashionable
excitable; tense; not cool
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