- n calm and unruffled self-assurance
he performed with all the coolness of a veteran
- n the property of being moderately cold
- n fearless self-possession in the face of danger
- n a lack of affection or enthusiasm
- In their coolness and clarity and melancholy detachment these words express more about a moment in time than most entire novels do.
- Although the 42nd President surely remedied the coolness and girl problems, the matter of the fat dogged him ever after.
- Said James Madison: "The use of the Senate is to consist in its proceeding with more coolness, with more system, and with more wisdom than the popular branch.
- Saddam Hussein in Forbes
We wait for the sunset to enjoy some coolness,said Qassim Hussein, a 31-year-old day laborer in Karbala. "The people are fed-up. There is no water, no electricity, there is nothing, but death. I've even had more trouble with my wife these...
- Paul Le Guen in ESPN
I will not resign,Le Guen said. "I don't have any regrets and that's not how I operate. We missed the required coolness in front of goal. We didn't finish very well, but I feel like we gave everything we could tonight."
- Brett Ratner in International Herald Tribune
He's fearless, because he's not worried about looking good. A lot of actors are so conscientious about being the GUY. They're afraid to look weak, always trying to have the bravado, have the coolness,said filmmaker Brett Ratner ("X-Men: The...