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Synonyms for level

height

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flat surface

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equal

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equalize

flatten

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level with someone

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  • be honest
  • be open
  • be frank
  • come clean
  • be straightforward
  • be up front
  • be above board
  • keep nothing back

Synonyms for level

one of the units in a course, as on an ascending or descending scale

having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

on the same plane or line

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to make even, smooth, or level

to pull down or break up so that reconstruction is impossible

to make equal

to move (a weapon or blow, for example) in the direction of someone or something

Synonyms for level

a relative position or degree of value in a graded group

height above ground

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indicator that establishes the horizontal when a bubble is centered in a tube of liquid

a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line

an abstract place usually conceived as having depth

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a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale

aim at

tear down so as to make flat with the ground

make level or straight

direct into a position for use

talk frankly with

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become level or even

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having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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not showing abrupt variations

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being on a precise horizontal plane

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oriented at right angles to the plumb

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of the score in a contest

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References in classic literature ?
The air was thick with moving lights at every level.
He was driving slowly at a low level over a broad land lit golden by sunrise under a clear sky.
Vas Kor's destination lay in Greater Helium, which lies some seventy-five miles across the level plain from Lesser Helium.
Here I-Gos led Gahan to a higher level and out upon the roof of that portion of the palace from where he pointed to a high tower quite close by.
On the other hand, during oscillations of level, which we know this area has undergone, the surface may have existed for millions of years as land, and thus have escaped the action of the sea: when deeply submerged for perhaps equally long periods, it would, likewise, have escaped the action of the coast-waves.
Your hand at the level of your eyes, in Heaven's name, at the level of your eyes
As soon as I reached comparatively level ground I urged my mount into a canter and continued this, where the going permitted, until, close upon dusk, I discovered the point where other tracks joined those of Powell.
In the spring, when the streams are swollen by rain and by the melting of the snows, the lake rises several feet above its ordinary level during the summer, it gradually subsides again, leaving a sparkling zone of the finest salt upon its shores.
Though some of these rise to the region of perpetual snows, and are upwards of eleven thousand feet in real altitude, yet their height from their immediate basis is not so great as might be imagined, as they swell up from elevated plains, several thousand feet above the level of the ocean.
As they were now on the level of the ground, the light seemed infinitely higher than it had from the top of the tower.
As I had sat meditating upon the future my eyes had been riveted upon the port-hole which was just level with them as I sat.
Arrived at an elevation of twelve hundred feet above the lake, (I ought to mention that the lake lies six hundred feet below the level of the Mediterranean--no traveler ever neglects to flourish that fragment of news in his letters,) as bald and unthrilling a panorama as any land can afford, perhaps, was spread out before us.
The level of the soil at that point corresponded with the level of the sea, and, consequently, the balloon remained in perfect equilibrium, and absolutely motionless.
During their long conversation on Wednesday evening, Speranski more than once remarked: "We regard everything that is above the common level of rooted custom.
For though what may be called professed Wordsworthians, including Matthew Arnold, found a value in all that remains of him-- could read anything he wrote, "even the 'Thanksgiving Ode,'-- everything, I think, except 'Vaudracour and Julia,'"--yet still the decisiveness of such selections as those made by Arnold himself, and now by Professor Knight, hint at a certain very obvious difference of level in his poetic work.