: these four cool-hand lunatics
A person not easily disconcerted •Sir Thomas Overbury (d. 1613) wrote that a cool hand is ''one who accounts bashfulness the wickedest thing in the world, and therefore studies impudence'' (1600s+)
cool hand Rick Rick Perry never worried about polls or anything else in the campaign except the tasks on his plate.
cool hand Barackby Brad Gooch There was no drama from Obama last night.
I was a cool hand for my age, but I lacked the boldness to face this battery without wincing.
But they say this Fitzpatrick is a cool hand, and gives no man the best of it.
He tried to move, but Lucia put her cool hand upon his forehead.
They stared comically at one another, and at this cool hand.
The smooth, cool hand touched hers for a second before Mrs. Putnam went upon her gracious way.
If you allow me to judge, I should say the cool hand was Charlotte!
You're a cool hand, Linda; but I don't think you'd stay cool if I formulated my opinion of you.
It was easy enough, however, if a man knew it, and was a cool hand.