Coolth



[koolth] /kulθ/

noun, Usually Facetious.
1.
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/kuːlθ/
noun
1.
coolness
noun

fashionable people or things
n.

1540s, from cool on the model of warmth. It persists, and was used by Pound, Tolkien, Kipling, etc., but it never has shaken its odor of facetiousness and become standard.

noun

Coolness •Based on warmth

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