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- n. Alternative spelling of coolie.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An East Indian porter or carrier; a laborer transported from the East Indies, China, or Japan, for service in some other country.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cool; somewhat cold.
- n. See coolie.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (ethnic slur) an offensive name for an unskilled Asian laborer
Sorry, no etymologies found.
All goods of life enjoy and in cooly shade recline?
But it was kind of cooly surreal the way a streetmeat cart was taken over by men in kilts and made over to be a haggis wagon, like something out of a Python sketch.
The "cooly" from Hindostan may in time become a valuable article, but it will be long before he can be induced to emigrate in sufficient numbers: the Chinese will be
So the only people recieving this saga of self reflection "cooly" are the hacks that are too cowardly to admit their role in affecting the puclic psyce.
The decision of how to proceed should have been made cooly and calmly, and after all of the pertinent experts had been consulted.
He kept watching us, carefully and cooly, so cooly that it made me shiver.
Burbling synths slide cooly as pan flutes and glacial sound washes chill things out.
Color is exaggerated to flamboyantly illustrate the wild characteristics of the creatures being depicted while in flight or cooly assessing us.
The visuals are exquisitely loveable, mirroring the cooly cute design of Bob Staake, but it is a title with its own style and its own message.
There, forty feet beneath, wrapped about by an octopus that measured nine feet across from tentacle tip to tentacle tip and that could well drown the stoutest swimmer, he cooly and casually did the one thing that gave to him his empery over the monster.