Synonyms of 'level'
in order according to their level of difficulty
their changing role and position in society
There will be new standards of hospital cleanliness.
the fall of a man of high degree and noble character
Staff turnover is high among junior grades.
He has improved his country's standing abroad.
the final stage of the tour
He eventually rose to the rank of captain.
promoted to the status of foreman
The water came up to her chin and the bubbles were at eye level.
She knelt down so that their eyes were level.
a plateau of level ground
Swing the club back until it is horizontal.
The tables are fitted with a glass top to provide an even surface.
Sit the cup on a flat surface while measuring.
a plane surface
a smooth surface
Chips should be cut into uniform size and thickness.
as flat as a pancake
He forced his voice to remain level.
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
Normally Rose had an even temper; she was rarely irritable.
a very regular beat
a stable marriage
the steady beat of the drums
eternal and unchanging truths
The climate has grown more equable and the crop yields have risen.
He was normally a very even-tempered person.
He got two goals to level the score.
Further tremors could level yet more buildings.
The building was completely destroyed.
A fire devastated large parts of the castle.
Vandals wrecked the garden.
The building is being demolished to make way for a motorway.
Bombing raids flattened much of the area.
She defeated developers who wanted to bulldoze her home.
Dozens of villages have been razed.
lay waste to
kennet (Australian , slang)
jeff (Australian , slang)
The soldiers level guns at each other along the border.
phrasal verb:level with someone
idiom:on the level
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If you aim a weapon or object at something or someone, you point it towards them before firing or throwing it.
He was aiming the rifle at me.
If something is at a particular altitude, it is at that height above sea level.
The next day I ran my first race at high altitude.
Thesaurus for level from the Collins English Thesaurus
A level is a point on a scale, for example a scale of amount, quality, or difficulty .