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cookery the art or method of cooking. [2 definitions]
cookery book (chiefly British) a book containing recipes, directions for cooking, and other information about food; cookbook.
cookhouse a detached building for cooking.
cookie a small, sweet, flat or ball-shaped cake baked from stiff dough. [4 definitions]
cookie cutter a simple device with a sharp edge that allows one to easily and repeatedly cut dough in the outline of a particular shape.
cooking the act or process of preparing food or meals. [2 definitions]
cook one's goose (informal) to cause one to lose further opportunity; ruin one's chances; doom one to failure or defeat.
cookout a social occasion at which a meal is cooked and eaten outdoors.
cooktop the part of a cooking stove that containers the burners. [2 definitions]
cook up (informal) to concoct; devise.
cookware pans, pots, and other utensils used for cooking.
cooky variant of cookie.
cool moderately cold; not warm. [15 definitions]
coolant an agent used to keep the temperature of a system below a certain level, as by drawing off heat.
cool as a cucumber showing no trace of anxiety or vulnerability.
cooler a machine or container designed to cool or maintain a state of coolness. [3 definitions]
coolie a low-paid, unskilled worker, esp. in or from China or India (used as a term of disrespect).
cool it (slang) to calm down.
cool off to become cool. [2 definitions]
coon (informal) a raccoon. [2 definitions]
coonskin a raccoon pelt, or something made of one.