What does it mean to level one's voice at someone? The full sentence is:
You said, levelling your voice at him as if it was a sword.
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To level your voice would mean to even it out. However, to level your voice at someone like a sword means to weaponize it.
Oxford's Lexico has level as aim a weapon:
#3: ‘He levelled a pistol at us.’
It is an idiomatic expression meaning speak in a calm or determined manner:
a steady voice, look etc that shows you are calm or determined.