They can all cool off until the matter's out of our hands.
Just sit here and wait for things to cool off.
Just as a hot cup of coffee takes time to cool off, so does the Earth.
For the time being she would go and cool off.
Here's one way to cool off a hot idea for a movie.
Then, when we started moving again, the wind would cool me off.
Maybe she should wait a bit to give him a chance to cool off.
We'll give things another month or so to cool off.
But don't expect this issue to cool off any time soon.
This break will allow you to get out of the sun and cool off.
Of late, though, its energy seems to have died down.
The issue isn't likely to die down with the end of summer, either.
The pain died down for a moment, and I related my hold.
The wind has died down some and there is a little light from the fire.
At least until some of this heat has died down.
Hadn't he known it would be more than she could face when the fire died down?
The many others that die down under don't get a look in.
He sat by the fire until it began to die down.
For an hour he sat there, and the fire died down.
After a few weeks their interest was said to have died down.
He shook out the paper and took a seat before the fire.
But only time will tell how all of this is going to shake out.
I was still shaking out my head as we went on into the research area.
The girl has put an idea in my head and I can't shake it out.
Now, the season is still young, and things could indeed shake out that way.
He turned back to the clothes and shook them out.
You have to wait and let the things shake out.
"I want to wait until the war has shaken out some more."
He took a few steps, then shook out his arms.
But I wanted to stop by and let you know how things are shaking out.
She tried to say something but couldn't regain her composure.
He tried to regain his composure but couldn't help himself.
It took a moment for her to regain enough composure to answer.
It was a long time before I could regain my composure.
Jim looked out the window as though trying to regain his composure.
She looked into the camera and began to regain her composure.
It took him a moment or two to regain his composure.
Then he seemed, with some effort, to regain his composure.
She lay still for a moment, trying to regain her composure and to figure out how to free herself.
William had to stop a moment to regain his composure.
"You always said it was a good idea to break up long meetings, give everybody a chance to simmer down."
As the school year ended last May, the controversy seemed to have simmered down.
Told himself so- and that he ought to simmer down.
"I think we should give him at least a week to simmer down."
It won't be late, and we always like to simmer down in company.
Nothing makes me want to pipe up like being told to simmer down.
Noon signaled that we should leave to let things simmer down.
When Congress left town last month, the health care debate simmered down.
But it is very likely that the town will have some time to simmer down.
As three more games got under way that morning, people took their seats and simmered down.
I'll send for them, and you can settle your nerves.
Maybe I should go out and get a candy bar to settle my nerves.
"I just use a little every now and then to settle my nerves."
Maybe the men had just gone for a ride to settle their nerves.
But just one to settle his nerves, to help forget this miserable day.
The husband's broad smile, of course, was nothing more than a man trying to settle his wife's nerves.
Hot tea might settle the woman's nerves, if she could be made to drink.
But for now she could settle her nerves and emotions.
The thought of it there did not settle my nerves.
He was right, of course, but it did nothing to settle my nerves as we waited.
I just wanted to be left alone, to find a spot in space to cool my head out.
He has done it before in the morning after cooling out.
He went through his issues with alcohol, but he's completely cooled out for maybe 10 years now.
In the second act, Wilson is sent up north to cool out.
Maybe we up sticks and move to another, better part of the country to cool out.
And boy, that cooled me out for my whole life.
She should wait a few minutes, cool out, and get back home, she thought.
"Will you promise that from now on, you'll cool out in the corner of a bar like a normal human being?"
He told the driver to get in the car and cool out.
I need a weekend to cool out, and I know you do.