Main Entry: cool !kUl Pronunciation: \ ˈkül \ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle English col, from Old English cōl; akin to Old High German kuoli cool, Old English ceald cold - More at - cold Date: before 12th century Results..... ......7. slang a. very good : excellent also all right b. fashionablehip
Grandson #1 looking very cool in his sunglasses and showing off the very cool patch he was awarded at this weekend's soccer match. Each coach in the league is given a patch to award at the conclusion of each match to a player on the opposing team who exhibits good game skills and good sportsmanship.
One year old Hollis, the youngest member of our family, visits with Grandma Annie, his 98 years young great-great-grandmother. Granny Annie spends the cold midwestern winters in Arizona so Hollis hasn't seen her in 7 months. I wanted something better than snapshots of the two of them but Hollis wasn't convinced he knew Granny Annie well enough to sit with her. He was willing, though, to stop by and visit as he showed off his recently acquired walking skills.
Oh sure, they're all about encouraging you to play in the birthday cake. And then--once you've been lured in--someone comes along, puts your head in a lock down position and starts scrubbing your face off with a spit drenched Kleenex.