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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclear-headedˌclear-ˈheaded adjective  SENSIBLEable to think in a clear and sensible way
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clear-headedBeing clear-headed and aware of his or her own feelings, needs and resources, skills and deficiencies.They needed no professional help with the evening's drinking but arose magically clear-headed and eagle-eyed for each subsequent day's golf.Though very seriously ill, she was clear-headed and rational.Family ties, however, did not prevent Victoria's clear-headed assessment that intervention was useless.On the eighth day, she felt her normal, clear-headed self again.What a useful, reliable, clear-headed son.The impression that a simple one-sided morality is of itself nobler and more clear-headed than a complex one is false.One has to be very clear-headed to do what I am doing.
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