coolth


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coolth

(kuːlθ)
n
coolness
[C16: originally dialect, from cool + -th1]
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Through the speckled shadow of the great deodar-forests; through oak feathered and plumed with ferns; birch, ilex, rhododendron, and pine, out on to the bare hillsides' slippery sunburnt grass, and back into the woodlands' coolth again, till oak gave way to bamboo and palm of the valley, the lama swung untiring.
For two nights, last week, at The Laughter Factory gig at Dunes at Grand Hyatt Doha, Stade's measured performance, laced with devil-may-care irreverence and rockstar coolth, sent the audience into a fit of belly laughs.
According to the OED, coolth is first attested in the sixteenth century, at a period when the suffix -th was uncontroversially productive.
Turbomiser was rewarded due to the innovative development concept of saving energy by storing the coolth, or the heat, for future use.
These ice stores can pre-cool stadia and to design coolth stores to reduce levels of heat escalation.