So I abandoned the Snark voyage and sought a cooler
See with what entire freedom the whaleman takes his handful of lamps --often but old bottles and vials, though --to the copper cooler
at the try-works, and replenishes them there, as mugs of ale at a vat.
The harvesters slept in the hayloft because it was cooler
there than in the house.
This is writing only to Frenchmen and to Papists: a Protestant would be desirous to know why he must imagine that Father du Bernat had a cooler
head or more knowledge; and why one man whose account is singular is not more likely to be mistaken than many agreeing in the same account.
He was standing on the cylinder, which was now evidently much cooler
; his face was crimson and stream- ing with perspiration, and something seemed to have irritated him.
The plan of a drain, the change of a fence, the felling of a tree, and the destination of every acre for wheat, turnips, or spring corn, was entered into with as much equality of interest by John, as his cooler
manners rendered possible; and if his willing brother ever left him any thing to inquire about, his inquiries even approached a tone of eagerness.
As we ascended we found the air grew cooler
, which was a great relief to us, and at dawn, so far as we could judge, we were not more than about a dozen miles from the snow line.
"Oh, come on!" exclaimed Tom one morning, when the day seemed a bit cooler
than its predecessor.
The water was growing cooler
as the season advanced.
Now and then, as happens at all receptions everywhere, a more than ordinary friendly soul blocked the procession and kept it waiting while he inquired how the brothers liked the village, and how long they were going to stay, and if their family was well, and dragged in the weather, and hoped it would get cooler
soon, and all that sort of thing, so as to be able to say, when he got home, "I had quite a long talk with them"; but nobody did or said anything of a regrettable kind, and so the great affair went through to the end in a creditable and satisfactory fashion.
"I waited a weary time, and you never came: I don't know whether my impatience made me think so, or whether the large fire burning made the room really as hot as I felt it to be -- I only know that, after a while, I passed through the curtains into the inner room, to try the cooler
There were cooler
and more calculating spirits, however, who had the control of affairs, and felt nothing of the patriotic pride and indignation of these youths.