coolish

Foolish vs Coolish - What's the difference?

foolish | coolish |


As adjectives the difference between foolish and coolish

is that foolish is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise while coolish is (colloquial) quite cool.

Coolish vs Coolis - What's the difference?

coolish | coolis |


As an adjective coolish

is (colloquial) quite cool.

As a noun coolis is

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Poolish vs Coolish - What's the difference?

poolish | coolish |


As a noun poolish

is a mixture of flour and water with a little yeast; used to make some forms of dough.

As an adjective coolish is

(colloquial) quite cool.

Woolish vs Coolish - What's the difference?

woolish | coolish |


As adjectives the difference between woolish and coolish

is that woolish is resembling or characteristic of wool while coolish is (colloquial) quite cool.

Taxonomy vs Coolish - What's the difference?

taxonomy | coolish |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective coolish is

(colloquial) quite cool.

Coolish vs Coolly - What's the difference?

coolish | coolly |


As adjectives the difference between coolish and coolly

is that coolish is (colloquial) quite cool while coolly is (obsolete) coolish; somewhat cool.

As a adverb coolly is

in a cool, unpanicked or collected manner.

What is the difference between coolish and cool?

coolish | cool | Derived terms |

Coolish is a derived term of cool.


As adjectives the difference between coolish and cool

is that coolish is (colloquial) quite cool while cool is having a slightly low temperature; mildly or pleasantly cold.

As a noun cool is

a moderate or refreshing state of cold; moderate temperature of the air between hot and cold; coolness.

As a verb cool is

(literally|intransitive) to lose heat, to get colder.