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coolness

noun [no plural] /ˈkuːl·nəs/
the ability to stay calm and act in a reasonable way even in difficult situations
tranquilidade, sossego
Her coolness in an emergency was admirable.1058
behaviour that shows no warm feelings or friendliness
frieza
I noticed a certain coolness between your parents.646
the quality of being slightly cold
frescor
There’s a slight coolness in the air – do you think it’s going to rain?1519
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