level

[ lev-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF level

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEVEL

Twelve hours afterward the snow, three feet deep on a level, has melted.

They understand it, up to the level of their own stature; they know who loves them, but not who loves virtue.

I'd level straightway with the dust, and with it sink our shame.

We can turn rivers in their courses, level mountains to the plains.

I think now it was because it seemed to bring you down nearer to my level.

He brought his chair to a level and pounded the desk with a weighty fist.

Her voice was level and vaguely dangerous as she answered his accusation.

On the level, now, do you think you could get away with that young Gilder scheme you've been planning?

The son met his father's gaze with a level look in which there was no weakness.

His tone was as level as if he were discussing some trivial matter.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LEVEL

mark

nouncriterion, standard
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