cooler

All Noun Adjective Verb
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  • And then remember how much cooler he seemed when Empire came out?
  • This was too short since a running engine was moving separate from the oil cooler.
  • Although it can be very hot in the day, it is cooler at night.
  • No such cooler was fitted, nor was there room for one at that point.
  • The cooler weather and short days bring about changes as plants and animals prepare for winter.
  • The ride on cooler can be used for a variety of different purposes.
  • Most of the rain is during the cooler months from May to October.
  • This design also provides more air circulation and is thus somewhat cooler for hot-weather wear.
  • The north has a cooler climate due to the higher mountains.
  • Land north of the twenty-fourth parallel experiences cooler temperatures during the winter months.
  • Water coolers have been placed around the current high school to compensate for the lack of water.
  • It is cooler in the mountains than in the lower sections of the state.
  • At the same time cooler air can be drawn in through vents at the lower level.
  • Wine is produced in every state, however, wine regions are mainly in the southern, cooler regions.
  • This reduction in temperature may help establish plants in mid-summer when cooler soil might be required.
  • It begins to feed in the morning, and is more active during the cooler parts of the day.
  • Chilly northern winds during the day make the city seem cooler than it really is.
  • However, the fatal cooler location in front of the right wheel could not be changed.
  • Secondly, building platforms made the houses cooler than those in the open areas below.
  • This practice can also be used to fill the coolers in forest remote sites.
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Words starting with cooler

Meaning of cooler

  • noun A refrigerator for cooling liquids
  • noun An iced drink especially white wine and fruit juice
  • noun A cell for violent prisoners