from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To cool (a liquid) below a transition temperature without the transition occurring, especially to cool below the freezing point without solidification.
- intransitive v. To become supercooled.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To cool a material below its transition temperature without that transition occurring
- adj. Very cool; thoroughly excellent, relaxed, or fashionable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cool (a liquid) below its freezing-point without producing solidification. Also overcool and undercool.
They accumulate glycerol in their tissues and, although they are usually susceptible to freezing, are able to "supercool" whereby the body fluids remain liquid at temperatures well below the freezing point .
Either that, or they made Johnson into some kind of supercool Cyborg Senator.
What's more, vegetables in the Brassica family - as well as leaf vegetables in other families, such as spinach - are genetically predisposed to "supercool," which means that the liquids within them stay in a liquid state even when temperatures are below freezing.
Throughout the show's second season they had a brilliant running gag at the expense of the drug war: In nearly every episode there were references to a dangerous new street substance known as "supercool," a sweet-tasting white powder capable of inducing powerful behavioural effects in children and dental problems in frequent users.
The joke, never stated openly (indeed, one feels like an idiot explaining it), was that "supercool" is ordinary cane sugar.
If you look, they are out there but in reality a supercool replica stormtrooper helmet is still sure to be a hot collectible in the years to come.
My supercool webcomic SideChicks is free on the internet.
To send natural gas across the oceans, companies must supercool the fuel to minus 260 degrees and convert it to liquid form so it can be loaded onto tankers.
Strawberry jam, with its mushy, slightly leathery fruit and syrupy flavour, always takes me back to those sunburnt days, when rollerskates were supercool, and summer fruit came with a lurid scoop of Gino Ginelli rather than a sprinkling of black pepper.
Unlike Hermitage though, I am the same nerdy, supercool, snarky and uber-sarcastic troll both in and out of the blogosphere!