- From cool + -th. (Wiktionary)
“Once I start my new series -- a darker one -- I wonder what I'll have to avoid as well. re: the sponge -- one time I was reading CJ Cherryh and found that I'd used "coolth" in one of my drafts.”
“Latinos press Obama to deliver immigration reform - Washington Post Thousands rally in Russia against economic policy - Washington Post UN chief is shown Israeli settlements, barrier - Washington Post Home insulation: Staying 'coolth' without the air-conditioner”
“coolth" squatting on her dwarf stool at her hut-door, and puffing the preparatory pipe, -- girds her loins for the evening meal, and makes every one "look alive.”
“It's already here as it deliciously unfolds by way of singers Sally Mayes (whose 1989 Broadway bow was in Welcome to the Club), Lillias White (who won her Tony in the Coleman-Gasman The Life) and Rachel York (who let off steam heat in City of Angels) as well as Daniel Burnham (who has an undeniable affinity for the coolth flowing through Coleman's work).”
“Trees give me shade, coolth, and a place to anchor my hammock.”
“He develops some coolth through being with her, and she softens to the idea of relationships.”
“I will cheerfully package up some Western Australian heat to send to anyone who's willing to swap me some North American coolth.”
“A Stirling cycle engine runs when heat (or coolth) is applied externally to the engine.”
“The houses are built to preserve any coolth possible, so with all the humidity, it is very uncomfortable.”
“I just think it's nifty and dandy that Schroeder is packing multiple coolth into his novel.”
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