Pronunciation of Level
/lˈɛvə͡l/, /lˈɛvəl/, /l_ˈɛ_v_əl/
Antonyms for level:
Synonyms for level:
criterion, waist-high, sky-high, jog along, subsidiarity, tablespoon, juncture, knee-high, the first floor, Versus, obliterate, teaspoon, downstairs, inferiority, rectilinear, thimbleful, destruct, touchstone, unopposed, shoulder-high, rating, stature, basement, tabula rasa, TSP, tankful, upstairs, victorious, standardize, pecking order, abreast, eye level, abrupt, altitude, deck, TBS, glassful, regularize, equalize, quality assurance, chain of command, ground floor, height, lower ground floor, seniority, low point, unaltered, close-run, top brass, mezzanine, underling, precedence.
peg, dynamite, spray, ineffectual, towering, immunity, benchmark, uplifted, toehold, withstand, carton, the stratosphere, untouched, midpoint, jug, underdog, stagnate, hold together, tall, foothold, prong, unaffected, wall-to-wall, grandeur, competing, lowlights, way station.
standing, tie, blunt, baseline, listing, immune, fell, precipitous, slot, linear, negation, barrel, elevated, raised, pyramid, stay, resist, installment, elevation, glass, equate, stabilize, index, spread, smoothly.
shoot down, mow down.
Other synonyms and related words:
perennial, unchangeable, interminable, persistent, unbroken, repeated, indefatigable, monotonous, everlasting, continuing, undying, connected, regular, unceasing, consistent, cyclical, perpetual, robot-like, habitual, monolithic, constant, sequential, incessant, continuous, unvarying, seamless, consecutive, unchanging, coherent, continual, even, unending, invariable, gapless, ceaseless, un-intermittent, undeviating, straight, endless, homogeneous, lasting, flat, unremitting, nonstop, recurrent, repetitive, steady, uniform, featureless.
shiny, marble, glazed, polished, even, glossy, Lacquered, frictionless, silky, flat, smooth, burnished, varnished, satiny, velvety, sleek, slippery, edgeless, glassy, slilken, slick, satin-smooth, streamlined, slithery.
smooth, balanced (adjective)
invariable, consistent, like, assonant, unvarying, same, consonant, monolithic, undiversified, undifferentiated, homogeneous, seamless, even, undeviating, indistinguishable, alike, uniform, regular, equable, unbroken, steady.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
Sense 14 (noun)
Sense 15 (noun)
Sense 16 (noun)
Sense 18 (noun)
Sense 20 (noun)
Sense 21 (noun)
Sense 22 (noun)
kind, grain, breed, make, stock, designation, stripe, order, stamp, type, phylum, kingdom, category, persuasion, feather, label, class, people, line, rank, species, clan, set, form, denomination, series, brand, taxonomy, Family, caste, strain, ilk, genotype, mold, style, race, variety, classification, genus, sort.
horizontal position or thing (noun)
hierarchy, covering, story, Strata, blanket, graduation, lamination, layer, mantle, coat, tier.
layer, even, plane, grade, raze, floor, charge, storey, rase, story, degree, unwavering, steady, horizontal surface, horizontal, stage, point, tear down, pull down, even out, level off, spirit level, tier, flat, dismantle, take down, stratum.
rank, position (noun)
auger, table saw, lathe, cold chisel, lug wrench, calipers, plane, welder, shears, hedge trimmer, scissors, snips, buzz saw, scythe, hacksaw, stapler, jointer, punch, spanner, grindstone, mallet, machete, grapnel, hoe, axe, handsaw, spoke shave, tire iron, ripsaw, sickle, drill, file, tool, planer, trowel, saw, wedge, Drill press, monkey wrench, circular saw, crosscut saw, vise, square, sledgehammer, back saw, Bow-saw, pick, spade, scroll saw, awl, chisel, tin snips, wrench, knife, radial arm saw, pickax, bench drill, band saw, ball-peen hammer, shovel, chain saw, pliers, gouge, wrecking bar, keyhole saw, emery wheel, coping saw, arc welder, hatchet, jackknife, jigsaw, posthole auger, hammer, pipe wrench, claw hammer, miter box, screwdriver, edger, crowbar.
disintegrate, desolate, decimate, destroy, vaporize, demolish, raze, atomize, dismantle, wreck, rip to shreds, abolish, mow down, devastate, pulverize, eradicate, exterminate, annihilate, bulldoze, tear down, lay waste, smash, flatten, extirpate.
destroy, demolish (verb)
make even (verb)
Usage examples for level:
- It is nearly six hundred feet above sea level. - "The Master of the World", Jules Verne.
- Then she turned and looked at him out of level eyes, and said before she walked away: If you do what I ask, you will hear nothing more of me after we have settled matters. - "The Honour of the Clintons", Archibald Marshall.
- And Chichester began to speak, at first in a low, level voice. - "The Dweller on the Threshold", Robert Smythe Hichens.