clear-headed


Related to clear-headed: many-sided

clear-headed

adj
mentally alert; sensible; judicious
ˌclear-ˈheadedly adv
ˌclear-ˈheadedness n
Translations

clear-headed

[ˈklɪəˈhedɪd] ADJlúcido, de mente despejada

clear-headed

adj person, decisionbesonnen

clear-headed

[ˈklɪəˈhɛdɪd] adjlucido/a
References in classic literature ?
They were the questions of a thoroughly clear-headed man -- short, searching, and straight to the point.
Almost the same civilities were exchanged between him and the student, who listening to Don Quixote, took him to be a sensible, clear-headed person.
I remember going about the business with light-hearted, clear-headed recklessness which, according as its decisions were sudden or considered, made Dominic draw his breath through his clenched teeth, or look hard at me before he gave me either a slight nod of assent or a sarcastic "Oh, certainly" - just as the humour of the moment prompted him.
He awoke in the early morning in his bedroom, and looked around him, now clear-headed, in amazement.
George thought he had never heard such a clear-headed, well-expressed remark.
Bulstrode, "we have a capital house-surgeon and dispenser, a clear-headed, neat-handed fellow; we'll get Webbe from Crabsley, as good a country practitioner as any of them, to come over twice a-week, and in case of any exceptional operation, Protheroe will come from Brassing.
Morse remarked afterward that he seemed a very clear-headed young man.
you are a good fellow, Julian--and a clear-headed fellow too, which is very important just now.
It was a weary but clear-headed Bill who trudged back through the gathering dusk.
Franklin, with a certain pleasure in showing how clear-headed he could be, which reminded me wonderfully of old times when he was a boy.
Catherick was a woman of few words, a clear-headed, straightforward, unimaginative person, who wrote briefly and plainly, just as she spoke.
He had grown into an extremely clear-headed, cautious, prudent young man, who was safe to rise in the world.