Level-headed in a sentence as an adjective

The fact that the author threw a bottle of hot sauce does not help portray a level-headed narrator either.

He's normally the most level-headed of the popular Mac bloggers.

Too bad it's so late in the process of demolishing old line, mainstream media, and that it's so level-headed.

Do we want a society where everyone is like this?In my opinion, people like Jobs need level-headed, strong people around them.

She started showing signs of recovery, was more level-headed, but tired and lethargic.

This is an informed and level-headed discussion from a seasoned patent attorney.

"Unbiased" and "level-headed", it seems, mean exactly what you define them to mean, and you define them to mean being entirely in agreement with how you yourself regard these matters.

I've generally found the Rethink guys very level-headed and customer-focused.

It's refreshing to see someone with a level-headed response who doesn't fly off the rails defending their source control tool of choice, unlike what you usually see with developers of well-known frameworks like PHP and Ruby.

They often also need to be moderating influences, level-headed, execution-focused, and accountable.

And what could be more level-headed than to say that "[the matter at hand] makes me sick to my stomach"?Leaving snark aside, it seems telling that both your leveller's bias, and your repellent pride in same, are entirely compatible in your own mind with the sort of "let's all be grown-ups here, shall we?

Level-headed definitions


exercising or showing good judgment; "healthy scepticism"; "a healthy fear of rattlesnakes"; "the healthy attitude of French laws"; "healthy relations between labor and management"; "an intelligent solution"; "a sound approach to the problem"; "sound advice"; "no sound explanation for his decision"

See also: healthy intelligent levelheaded sound