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Pilots who smoke perform more poorly than clear-headed pilots on simulators—and that lasts 24 hours or more.

Millard proves an eminently clear-headed guide to the treacherous corridors of the late 19th-century Capitol.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's dueling rallies in Washington produced clear-headed dialogue and huge crowds.

Shucking oysters is a particular skill and a task best approached clear-headed and with no distractions.

Clear-headed and full of business, they believe with Binney in making the best of both worlds.

Jervis's measures received full support from him, clear-headed as ever to see the essentials of a situation.

It was a shocking conclusion to form, but the usually clear-headed boy became convinced he was right.

He is clear-headed enough to-day; but the men around him think too much of their own interests, and he of his country alone.

She became his public, as it were, and no man ever had a more open-minded, clear-headed public than that.

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On this page you'll find 155 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clear-headed, such as: brilliant, sharp, smart, acute, advanced, and alert.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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