Related formslev·el·head·ed·ly, adverblev·el·head·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for level-headed
This level-headed man of logic, however, is also a creature of moods and funks.
What it could use more of are thoughtful, level-headed types of the sort that the old Bobby Jindal would have liked.
With only a few exceptions, none of the factions embody any principles of “moderation” or level-headed pragmatism.
The moment epitomized for me the absence of level-headed and intelligent political discourse about Israel.
The level-headed Michael Kopolow explains why this is probably not true.
He was again the cold, stern, level-headed man of affairs, listening to a strange story.Sons and Fathers|Harry Stillwell Edwards
But when she had finished, Jemima was by no means cool and level-headed.Kildares of Storm|Eleanor Mercein Kelly
He drank glass for glass with the rest of the company, but remained cool and level-headed.The Trembling of a Leaf|William Somerset Maugham
The world would be a Sunday School if we were all as level-headed at night as we are next morning.Plays: Lady Frederick, The Explorer, A Man of Honor|William Somerset Maugham
Yet there was much common sense in what my level-headed little wife said.Wanted: A Cook|Alan Dale