Definition of levelheaded
: having or showing sound judgment : sensible
Examples of levelheaded in a Sentence
She is levelheaded about her chances for success as an actress.
a levelheaded assessment of the problem
Recent Examples of levelheaded from the Web
Zverev, often curt in defeat, remained levelheaded about the early exit from Paris.
Fifteen years later, Florida is back with a Cassandra-esque sequel, while Bloomberg, together with former Sierra Club head Carl Pope, has published a book that glows with the optimism of levelheaded reason.
Those who’ve been cut loose can’t look at it as a reflection of their abilities, but more a result of their employer’s inabilities to be more fiscally levelheaded.
Speaking of levelheaded, some hats came in the other day that would look adorable on you!
McMaster, who has the support of key Republican senators such as Tom Cotton of Arkansas, is levelheaded and astute on the Mideast and Iran.
Then there’s Celia, their only daughter, a strong and levelheaded youth counselor in San Francisco, and her younger brother, Alec, an idealistic journalist who frets about his mother, siblings, money, politics and just about everything else.
Zoë, on the other hand, is calm and levelheaded in a crisis, and yet is still excellent at kicking ass and taking names.
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Definition of levelheaded for English Language Learners
: having or showing an ability to think clearly and to make good decisions
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