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- adj. Alternative spelling of clearheaded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a clear understanding; quick of perception; intelligent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a clear head or understanding; sagacious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not mentally confused; able to think clearly and act intelligently
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This has been an admirably clear-headed response from England, who are inching their way back into the match.18th over: England 68-3 Trott 25, Bopara 23 Faf du Plessis is going to bowl some part-time leg spin, and he has a big shout turned down for caught behind against Bopara.
Leclère awoke to the pang of the fangs in his throat, and, perfect animal that he was, he awoke clear-headed and with full comprehension.
The essential insight from Vietnam is that the crucial elements in war are not smarter tactics, better generals, or more malleable popular support, but clear-headed thinking about policy and strategy that aligns ways, means, and ends relative to our national interests and the potential of our enemies.
Fortunately we have an example of a clear-headed leader – Elon Musk – a man who didn't fear the inevitable failures.
Thank God for a clear-headed mom and girlfriend who kept knocking on the door of my consciousness.
"She seems like a very calm, very clear-headed young woman, but honestly we don't know that much about her yet," said Abeda Testa, a 56-year-old housewife dressed in screaming pink for Friday's festivities.
Dr. Hehner and I agreed that India, like most third world countries, is much more clear-headed about economic reform possibilities than America.
Irwin M. Stelzer argues that the shortage of organ donors is due to price controls -- in particular, the fact that organ donors do not get paid. if we can begin to think about this issue in a clear-headed way, we might consider the advantages of establishing a genuine, ongoing market in organs.
But if a clear-headed man of integrity calls them on it – HE is 'playing the race card.'
Right, because Bobby Rush is where I'd go to for a clear-headed critique of President Obama.
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