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Definition of "clear-headed" [clear•-head•ed]

  • Alternative spelling of clearheaded. (adjective)

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Use "clear-headed" in a sentence
  • "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."