See also: clear-headed

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clear +‎ headed

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clearheaded (comparative more clearheaded, superlative most clearheaded)

  1. Having the ability to think clearly and act appropriately
  2. Lacking delusions, having an accurate, unclouded perception.
    • 1990 August 11, M. B., “Peccatum Mutum (The Silent Sin) [review]”, in Gay Community News, volume 18, number 5, page 16:
      The acting is purposefully playful and bad, the sets are pseudo-gothic designs sketched on white walls sheets. And although the video is clear-headed about its amateur status and production values, its intent is deadly serious.