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I think people like to have someone in charge that is levelheaded, isn’t going to go off the rails, isn’t going to spend a whole lot of time fighting back and forth when … it’s not going to solve anything.

The difference between the tempestuous Weaver and the levelheaded Altobelli was immediately felt.

“The only thing that kept me levelheaded was praying and asking God to help me,” she said last year.

At the same time, he lost the focus he had in those debates, which stuck with even the voters who thought Clinton had been more presidential and levelheaded.

Both Trudeau and Alter, levelheaded as they are, are extremely meticulous about their production.

So Romney came off as a levelheaded fellow who looked like a president.

Finally, financial markets have been atypically sanguine and even levelheaded.

Jack is a levelheaded chap—Jack Romayne, I mean—my brother-in-law.

The Aycons of Aycon Knoll have always been a hard-headed, levelheaded race.

Levelheaded and full of resource he soon came to the front in the shipping-trade.

She was adequately stacked, Bill reflected, but there was levelheaded firmness and resolution in her too.


On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to levelheaded, such as: balanced, dependable, discreet, even-tempered, judicious, and prudent.

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