Definition of coolish in English:

coolish

adjective

  • See cool

    • ‘Onions, which keep for ever in a coolish, dry place, go mouldy with the first raindrop.’
    • ‘We were ushered through to the comfortable bar area - again, decorated in coolish summer colours - where we pondered the menu over a glass of Kaliber low alcohol lager for me and an orange juice for Lili.’
    • ‘Better wine is actually coming out of California, from a coolish climate that should still make the cranky Pinot Noir faint.’
    • ‘So to the story of the scoring of a game played in coolish conditions on a wet pitch and watched by a crowd of scarcely 200, 25 of which were from Carlow!’
    • ‘‘It was coolish,’ says Murray, by which he means an ambient temperature of minus 42 degrees Celsius.’
    • ‘The style of winemaking is a perfect expression of the coolish climate and alluvial soils of the area.’
    • ‘It was quite nice really but there was a coolish wind.’
    • ‘‘The last week to 10 days have warmed up and I think the overall temperature for July will probably be average after a coolish start,’ he said.’
    • ‘It is a coolish early-summer evening, and a bleary grey dusk is gradually darkening into night.’
    • ‘The van lurched to a stop in a gravel parking lot of Wilkin's lake, the girls clambered out into the coolish air and grabbed their bags.’