Top definition
Used to acknowledge and approve of something. As opposed to 'cool' which may or may not clearly suggest approval.
Example 1 (using cool)
Person 1: I am going to become a giraffe.
Person 2. Cool.
This might come off as ironic or insincere.

Example 2 (same but using very cool)
Person 1: I am going to become a giraffe.
Person 2. Very cool.
This comes off as heartfelt and sincere.
by 1Head August 08, 2019
Get the mug
Get a very cool mug for your cousin Callisto.
Nov 26 Word of the Day
A tiny, almost imperceptible cough, usually hidden behind a mask due to; emphysema, asthma, allergies or the dreaded COVID, so as not to alarm others to your potential of being “the infected.”
I was walking through the grocery store and I had a tickle in my throat but I didn’t want people to think I was contagious so I let out a microcough.
by PeteLoaf320 November 25, 2020
Get the mug
Get a microcough mug for your cousin Rihanna.
An annoying variation of saying cool.

1. Often used by uncool people who do not understand how to use the word 'cool'. Often used by teachers over the age of fifty.

2. The word can also be used by very cool people in a mockery of those who use it. Can be used in situations where the subject being listed as "very cool" is actually incredibly uncool. This makes the subject feel cool, yet everyone knows that the subject is being made fun of.

(use #2)

"and that class... is how you solve an unbalanced chemical equation"
"very cool" (said in an excessively disrespectful way)
-class laughs
by chazzy45 April 23, 2008
Get the merch
Get the very cool neck gaiter and mug.