noun, Usually Facetious.
fashionable people or things
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.
Coolness •Based on warmth
modifier (also coolsville or Coolsville) Excellent; splendid: Your little scheme’s coolville (1950s+)
[koo-lee] /ˈku li/ noun, plural coolies, adjective 1. . [koo-lee] /ˈku li/ noun, Disparaging and Offensive. 1. an unskilled laborer, especially formerly in China and India. 2. an unskilled laborer employed cheaply, especially one brought from Asia. 3. a contemptuous term used to refer to an Asian, especially an Indian living in South Africa. adjective […]
[koom] /kum/ noun, Chiefly Scot. and North England. 1. soot; coal dust; smut. 2. dust, especially sawdust or dust from a gristmill. 3. grease from bearings, axles, etc. /kuːm/ noun 1. (dialect, mainly Scot & Northern English) waste material, such as dust from coal, grease from axles, etc
/kuːˌmɑːrəˈswɑːmɪ/ noun 1. Ananda (Kentish). 1877–1947, Ceylonese art historian and interpreter of Indian culture to the West
[koom, kohm] /kum, koʊm/ noun, British. 1. a narrow valley or deep hollow, especially one enclosed on all but one side. [koom, kohm] /kum, koʊm/ noun 1. . /kuːm/ noun 1. variant spellings of coomb /kuːm/ noun 1. (mainly Southern English) a short valley or deep hollow, esp in chalk areas 2. (mainly Northern English) […]