You know this man, this mischievous doctrinaire—this leveller—this spoliator.
He was not a mocker, or a leveller, or a satirist, or an atheist.
Many in this neighbourhood, who read the leveller's dream, will remember the original.
Nature is a leveller, which is a comfort to us who are born in levelling times.
The leveller, however, was generally a peaceful and a moral man, and always a man of much reading and extensive information.
This view of the matter had not struck our leveller, but it was now brought home to him.
Melville, though born to a higher position, was more of the leveller.
Besides being an Antinomian, he is a violent Jacobin and leveller, sir.
In order to smooth and even the land sufficiently, it may be necessary to run over it some form of leveller.
Love is not the only leveller of disparities of rank and position.
1590s, someone or something that makes level; agent noun of level (v.). From 1640s as the name of a political party of the time of Charles I that advocated abolishing all differences of position and rank.