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- adj. At a lower temperature
- adj. refrigerated (Often in compounds)
- adj. At a reduced degree of anger
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cool.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made or become cool or made cool as specified; often used as a combining form.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Stir in cooled butter mixture, followed by the flour, milk, vanilla and peppermint extracts.
The cookies are very crisp when they have just cooled from the oven, and must be stored in a dry, airtight container to preserve their crispness.
Popping them in the fridge after they've cooled is not a bad idea.
Beating too long or not long enough after the mixture has cooled is also a potential source of problems.
Beat together brown sugar, egg, sourdough starter and vanilla, then stir in cooled chocolate mixture.
The Phoenix win cooled off the Sharks, who lost for only the second time in their past 16 games.
But when the team set the transistor voltage to a value that let electrons tunnel through the device, allowing the transistor to absorb energy, they found that the resonator cooled from the ambient temperature of about 500 millikelvin down to about 300 millikelvin.
No day will I be thralled to wine-skin cooled by breeze261
My skin cooled, tightened expelling all the impurities collected in my pores.
A CQ article from this week makes some good points, but slightly misread the polling data from Lake Research, saying the issue of immigration has "cooled" - hardly.