Another word for level
One of the units in a course, as on an ascending or descending scale:degree, grade, peg, point, rung, stage, step. (Informal) notch. See big
Having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations:even1, flat, flush, planar, plane1, smooth, straight. See smooth
On the same plane or line:even1, flush. See same
To make even, smooth, or level:even1, flat, flatten, plane2, smooth, straighten. See smooth
To pull down or break up so that reconstruction is impossible:demolish, destroy, dismantle, dynamite, knock down, pull down, pulverize, raze, tear down, wreck. (Aerospace) destruct. See help
To cause to fall, as from a shot or blow:bring down, cut down, down, drop, fell1, flatten, floor, ground, knock down, prostrate, strike down, throw. (Slang) deck1. Idiom: lay low. See rise
To make equal:equalize, equate, even1, square. See same
To move (a weapon or blow, for example) in the direction of someone or something:aim, cast, direct, head, point, set1, train, turn, zero in. (Military) lay1. See seek
Another word for level
Of an even height
even, flat, plane, regular, equal, uniform, flush, of the same height, in the same plane, common, same, constant, straight, true, parallel, equable, balanced, steady, unfluctuating, stable, trim, trimmed, precise, exact, matching, matched, unbroken, on a line, lined up, aligned, uninterrupted, continuous; see also parallel 1, smooth 1.
level describes a surface that has no part higher than any other, and is applied to a surface that is parallel to the plane of the horizon or that is the same height as, or in the same plane with, another; flat implies the absence to any marked degree of depressions or elevations in a surface, in whatever direction it lies; plane describes a real or imaginary surface that is absolutely flat and wholly contains every straight line joining any two points lying in it; even is applied to a surface that is uniformly level or flat, or to a surface that is in the same plane with, or in a plane parallel to, another; a smooth surface has no roughness or projections, often as a result of wear, planing, polishing, etc.find one's (<strong><em>or</em> </strong>its) level
one's best, the best one can do, all one's effort; see best.