Level synonyms Category: Part of speech: (Engineering, dated) One of the pins or trundles of a lantern wheel.
Being the very one; identical:
In good physical condition; fit; slim:
The definition of plain is clearly understood, obvious, simple or not complicated.
Having no waves or bends:
Perfectly vertical; straight down
The height of the surface of a river or other fluctuating body of water above a set point: Equal in proportion, quantity, size, etc.
Out of tune by being below the true or proper pitch
(Math.) Lying on a surface that is a plane (Geometry, of a polyhedron) Whose faces are all congruent regular polygons, equally inclined to each other.
Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
Remaining steady in affections or loyalties; faithful
Quick and exact in sensing and responding:
Characterized by a balanced or coordinated arrangement of syntactic elements, esp. of phrases or clauses
Containing elements in appropriate proportion.
The definition of steady is firm, constant and free from change.
The definition of stable is something steady that is not prone to change, someone who is level headed and who isn't subject to wild swings of emotion.
The definition of precise is exact.
Parallel to or in the plane of the horizon.
Having a tablelike surface; flat
Having the palm upward. Used of the hand.
To move, make level, dig out, etc. with a bulldozer
To constitute or induce equality, equilibrium, or balance.
To reduce to poverty or bankruptcy:
To use, consume, spend, or expend thoughtlessly or carelessly.
To destroy or damage badly
(Idiomatic, with "with") See come to terms with.
Not equal, as in size, length, or quality.
The definition of crooked is something not straight, curved or bent or a dishonest person.
(Biol.) In the direction in which the axis lies; lengthwise
Being at right angles to the horizontal; vertical.
To break up or spoil completely; ruin
Sane, sensible, and reliable
A steplike formation of ships or troops, in which each unit or row is slightly to the left or right of the one preceding it
A flat open stretch of pavement or grass, especially one designed as a promenade along a shore. (Music) A gradual change within one parameter, or an overlapping of two blocks of sound.
A period, level, etc. of relative stability, or relatively little change, as can be shown by a flat extent on a graph, etc.; specif., a period in which an individual's learning rate does not improve
(--- Geol.) A single layer of sedimentary rock
A flat roof, esp. of a house of Spanish or Middle Eastern architecture
A type of pinafore formerly worn by children
Without dishonesty or concealment
To cause to be able to survive and reproduce under certain conditions. Used in the passive:
(Mil.) To correct (the gun sight, one's aim, etc.) in firing
The greatest sum of the exponents of the variables in a term of a polynomial or polynomial equation. For example, x 3 + 2 xy + x is of the third degree.
To do away with completely; put an end to:
To cause to move in a certain direction or toward a certain object; turn or point:
To cover or furnish with a floor
(Intransitive) to arrange (something) in layers.
(Sports) To throw a ball or other object over and beyond (an intended target): (Dated) To supply with punctuation marks; to punctuate.
To make proportionate; proportion
To engage in carping criticism. Often used with on:
To lower, as in rank or position; demote; downgrade
To decorate with paintings, etc. representing scenes from history or legend
(Mathematics, not comparable, of a set) arranged such that for any two points in the set, a straight line between the two points is contained within the set.
undulating uneven (antonym)
Not firm, substantial, or secure; weak, unsound, or unsteady
Not firm or stable; shaky
Dressed in tattered or threadbare clothes:
(Archaic) To catch by guile; ensnare.
To increase or strengthen by adding gradually to:
(Nautical) To cause (the land or any other object) to seem higher by drawing nearer to it.
To form by assembling or combining parts; build.
To cut jags in; notch or pink (cloth, etc.)
A short, usually tapering or pointed piece of wood, metal, etc. used to hold parts together or in place, or to close an opening, as in a barrel
(Informal) A level or degree:
Dismantle is defined as to take apart or take to pieces.
To blow up or destroy with dynamite To hit or knock (something), intentionally or accidentally, so that it falls
To cause to fall to the floor
To break down completely; demolish
To tear down completely; level to the ground; demolish
To destroy (a rocket, etc.) deliberately by remote control (Sports) To cause an opponent to fall after a tackle. Used other than as an idiom: see cut,"Ž down.
(Football) To put (the ball) out of play by touching it to the ground or stepping out of bounds.
To fall from a higher to a lower place or position:
To fell is to knock down, or is the past tense of "fall" and is defined as that you have fallen down.
(Football) To throw or knock (an opposing player) to the ground
Growing flat along the ground. Creeping jenny, pennyroyal, and many species of ivy have a prostrate growth habit.
To cause to fall on or over something; cast:
To furnish with or as if with a deck.
To reduce to a standard or an average; equalize.
To settle; adjust; make right or even
To point (a weapon) or direct (a blow, remark, etc.) so as to hit (Medicine) To set (a bone etc.) in a cast.
To proceed or go in a certain direction:
(Dated) To cause to stop or stick; to obstruct; to fasten to a spot.
To aim (a gun, binoculars, etc.) at something; bring to bear
(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
To puff up or become larger; swell up:
Seek is defined as to search or look for something. (Sports) That resulted in a tie.
a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line
spirit-level A tool employing a chamber with a colored liquid (usually alcohol, hence spirit) and an air bubble, used to determine a horizontal or vertical reference line.
To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.) (Intransitive) to become more equal To be leveled with the ground; to fall; to suffer overthrow To remove something from a wall or similar vertical surface to which it is fixed.
(Geometry, of a polyhedron) Whose faces are not all regular polygons (are not equally inclined to each other).
(Physics) Of the same potential at all points Synonym Study A
surface has no roughness or projections, often as a result of wear, planing, polishing, etc.
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
describes a real or imaginary surface that is absolutely flat and wholly contains every straight line joining any two points lying in it
implies the absence to any marked degree of depressions or elevations in a surface, in whatever direction it lies
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
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