Mrs. Clandon: these are clever children— clear headed, well brought up children.
On the opposite seat was Grant Jones, a clear headed, self-contained boy of the same age as his companions.
Chauncy was much confused for a cool, clear–headed business man, as he judged himself to be.
He said it was one evidence of a clear headed man, that he could walk all over his own house in the dark.
You were in terrible danger all the time, of course, and anyone less cool and clear headed would never have come through so well.
Clear headed, as Ramabai had said, she recollected the palanquin which had been last to enter the garden of brides.