Power grids have struggled to put out enough electricity as overheated Americans try to keep cool both at home and at work.
Gardner surmised that during the day LaFever may have stayed in the river to keep cool, which slowed his rate of dehydration.
Leave matters to the captain; it looks as if we shall have a fight, but it is best to keep cool.
Oh, that would be too long telling, Florry, and that'll keep cool.
"For heaven's sake, keep cool, Smithers," cried the Professor.
"That's one way to keep cool at a clambake," grinned the man in gray.
Telling him to keep cool and call again in two hours, I sat down to my writing-desk and dashed off a poem of considerable length.
You might as well put the milk-can in the stream to keep cool.
No matter what kind of accident happens, keep your wits about you and keep cool.
"Yes, keep cool, Kunnel; it's only our solicitude for your welfare," chipped in Foster.