level off

  1. become level or even
    The ground levelled off
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How To Use level off In A Sentence

  • In most cases of loan default, the axe always falls on the branch manager and middle-level officers.
  • a high-level official
  • Soon global population will level off and then likely fall for a protracted period of time.
  • Just above the ground, each plane would level off, heading toward show center.
  • It took three bulldozers a week to level off the site.
  • The precipitous rise in fatherless households has finally begun to level off.
  • It took three bulldozers a week to level off the site.
  • Inflation has begun to level off.
  • The church on Wednesday presented its highest-level official response yet to one of the most explosive recent revelations regarding sex abuse — a story the Times broke on the church's decision in the 1990s not to defrock a Wisconsin priest accused of molesting deaf boys. Holy Thursday: Pope washes feet, Vatican slams media amid scandal
  • When the Army first started taking potshots at empty buildings there, I also thought it might be a case of some lower-level officers and grunts venting a little steam.
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