Kool and cool

Kool and cool

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Carson Thaete started this petition to Merriam Webster Merriam Webster's Dictionary

So the word “cool” usually means two different things. “Cool” like the temperature or “cool” as in a reaction to something. I propose we use the word “kool” to describe the reaction to something. We will still use the the word “cool” for the temperature, but not for the reaction to something. And “kool” will not be used for the temperature. This word will still sound the same when speaking, but when writing it can clear up a lot of confusion. An example of this could be, “It was cool outside today.” People could argue that the word “cool” could mean a different thing. But if we were to replace the word “cool” with “kool”, it would clear a lot of confusion and arguments up. This could also add a lot more diversity into a book and make descriptive sentences more vibrant. It would also add another word to our language making our language even more diverse than it already is.

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