sober-minded

sober-minded

or

sober-headed

adj
characterized by seriousness and lack of excess
Translations

sober-minded

[ˈsəʊbəˈmaɪndɪd] ADJserio

sober-minded

References in classic literature ?
In good sooth, they so sway their floating forms, arch their necks, toss aloft their naked arms, and glide, and swim, and whirl, that it was almost too much for a quiet, sober-minded, modest young man like myself.
It is the race heritage, the sadness which has made the race sober-minded, clean-lived and fanatically moral, and which, in this latter connection, has culminated among the English in the Reformed Church and Mrs.
At ten he was a thoughtful and sober-minded young man, at fourteen almost an old fogy.
"But the strangest part of the affair is the effect of this vagary, even on a sober-minded man like myself.
As for me, I have no natural craving for the name Of king, preferring to do kingly deeds, And so thinks every sober-minded man.
He has to remain sober-minded and help the team as we enter the most crucial part of the season where our performance will be judged at the end.'
However, sober-minded international policy experts point out that Brussels desires to get a new bargaining chip in its confrontation with Washington rather than implementing the European modernization program of a road from Iran.
Many sober-minded journalists are ready to join in that protest, but they should stop and reconsider.
"We need a sober-minded, nonpartisan look at our immigration laws," he said.
If Donald Trump stood for the exclusionary and combative narrative of 'Make America Great Again,' Macron stood for a more inclusive and sober-minded slogan: 'Make Centrism Sexy Again.'
He was of the view that in order to achieve the goals, we must always remain sober-minded, constantly build up our capacity and improve the development ability.