Inf. nervy, Inf. pushy; unabashed, shameless, forward, Inf. fresh, bumptious.
7. aloof, indifferent, apathetic, unconcerned, disinterested, incurious, uninquisitive; removed, detached, uninvolved, unresponsive, unsympathetic.
-v. 8. chill, refrigerate, freeze, frigorify, Rare, in-frigidate; ice, glaciate, congeal, regelate.
9. soothe, allay, assuage, mollify, soften; moderate, temper, Archaic, attemper; mitigate, abate, lessen, diminish, reduce; quiet, still, compose, lull, hush; pacify, tranquilize, smoothe, settle.
10. cool it Slang, a. take it easy, calm down, don't sweat it, go with the tide, roll with the punches, take it in stride, think nothing of it b. cut it out, drop it, lay off, knock it off, come off it.
11. cool off Informal, calm down, relax, loosen up, settle down, unwind, simmer down. coop, n. 1. cage, pen, corral, crawl, crib, aviary, mew; receptacle, box, enclosure, pound; Slang, prison, cell, vault, dungeon, lockup.
2. fly the coop Slang, escape, flee, Inf. make a getaway, break away, break jail, escape prison.
-v. 3. cage in, pen up, encage, corral, fence; confine, intern, impound, shut in. cooperate, v. 1. (all usually followed by with) collaborate, coact, combine, concur, conspire, connive, fraternize, join, unite, synergize, interface, interact, team up, join forces or hands, work together or in unison or side by side, act jointly or in concert, stand shoulder to shoulder, pull together, Inf. hitch horses. 2. contribute, participate, take part, be a party to, share in, go or go along, play along, Inf. play ball, join in, Inf. pitch in, Inf. chip in, lend a hand, lend oneself to, play or do one's part, pull one's weight; (all usually negative) lift a finger, lift a hand, raise a finger, raise a hand; side or take sides with, cast in one's lot with, stand by, Inf. stick by; second, boost, give a boost to, give a lift to. cooperation, n. 1. interaction, collaboration, union, fusion, synergy, teamwork, give and take, pulling together, fraternization, Chiefly U.S. Pol. logrolling; joint action or operation, combined action or effort, coordinated or concerted or concurrent effort or action, coadjuvant action or effort, gentleman's agreement.
2. coaction, concurrence, concert, coadjuvancy, concord, accordance, harmony, agreement, unison, unanimity, consentience, consentaneity, consentaneousness.
3. help, aid, assistance, .lift, boost, hand, helping hand; support, friendship, patronage, backing, advocacy, countenance, favor, blessing, grace, sponsorship, auspices or auspice, good offices, kind regard.
4. spirit, ardor, zeal, passion, fervidness, ferventness; enthusiasm, exuberance, exhilaration, animation, ebullience; esprit de corps, clanship, partisanship, fellowship, comradeship. cooperative, adj. 1. coactive, collaborative, collaborating, coordinated, interactive, interactional, interacting, synergetic, synergistic, consentient, consentaneous; mutual, joint, concurrent, concerted, coadjutant, united, unified, unanimous, harmonious, agreeing, accordant.
2. helpful, helping, aidful, aiding, assistant, assisting, obliging, accommodative, accommodating.
-n. 3. company, pool, co-op, Inf. combine; commune, society, fraternity; partnership, alliance, entente, association, coalition, confederation. cooperator, n. collaborator, contributor, participant, participator; confederate, conniver, conspirer, conspirator, abettor, accomplice, accessory or Chiefly