How to use levelheaded in a sentence
This level-headed man of logic, however, is also a creature of moods and funks.
President Obama was nearly as uncommitted to compromise as House Speaker John Boehner; he only appeared more level-headed.
When the normally level-headed titans of high finance start to sell off in a frenzy, you know things are bad.
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.
Oh, Stephen is usually a pretty level-headed sort of a fellow!The Call of the Beaver Patrol | V. T. Sherman
A cool, level-headed man is the greatest necessity in an emergency, for it is as disastrous to get too many men as it is too few.Our National Forests | Richard H. Douai Boerker
He is a very strong-minded, practical, level-headed old chap, without a grain of superstition in him.The Riddle of the Mysterious Light | Mary E. Hanshew
But old man Nelson is a cool-blooded, level-headed old fellow; has seen a lot of life, too.Black Rock | Ralph Connor
But the most level-headed man in England could not have come to the point in fewer words or a more temperate tone.Witching Hill | E. W. Hornung
British Dictionary definitions for level-headed
even-tempered, balanced, and reliable; steady
- level-headedly, adverb
- level-headedness, noun
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