cooley

Mead vs Cooley - What's the difference?

mead | cooley |


As proper nouns the difference between mead and cooley

is that mead is while cooley is .

Coolly vs Cooley - What's the difference?

coolly | cooley |


As an adverb coolly

is in a cool, unpanicked or collected manner.

As an adjective coolly

is (obsolete) coolish; somewhat cool.

As a proper noun cooley is

.

Cooler vs Cooley - What's the difference?

cooler | cooley |


As a noun cooler

is (countable) anything which cools.

As an adjective cooler

is (cool).

As a proper noun cooley is

.

Cooley vs Cooly - What's the difference?

cooley | cooly |


As a proper noun cooley

is .

As a noun cooly is

.

Coole vs Cooley - What's the difference?

coole | cooley |


As a verb coole

is .

As an adjective coole

is .

As a proper noun cooley is

.

Cooley vs Vooley - What's the difference?

cooley | vooley |


As a proper noun cooley

is .

As a verb vooley is

eye dialect spelling indicating a non-french-speaker pronouncing the french word voulez.

Cooley vs Cooled - What's the difference?

cooley | cooled |


As a proper noun cooley

is .

As an adjective cooled is

at a lower temperature.

As a verb cooled is

(cool).

Colley vs Cooley - What's the difference?

colley | cooley |


In surname|lang=en terms the difference between colley and cooley

is that colley is while cooley is .

As proper nouns the difference between colley and cooley

is that colley is while cooley is .

Cooley vs Cookey - What's the difference?

cooley | cookey |


As a proper noun cooley

is .

As a noun cookey is

.

Cold vs Cooley - What's the difference?

cold | cooley |


As an adjective cold

is (label) having a low temperature.

As a noun cold

is a condition of low temperature.

As an adverb cold

is while at low temperature.

As a proper noun cooley is

.

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