cool-headed

[kool-hed-id]
adjective
not easily excited; calm.

Origin:
1770–80

cool-headedly, adverb
coolheadedness, noun
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He's obviously smart, and he appears to be cool-headed.
It's too slow for the dance floor, but too cool-headed to spin at a party.
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