Indeed a very strange question.
My understanding of straight and level is: The aircraft is flying at a constant heading and constant altitude, and maybe at a constant speed, and this has nothing to do with the aircraft attitude. However I was reading this in "Big Red Today":
"If you just keep it straight and level, the chances of surviving are better," Ms. [...] said. "But as soon as you start to turn, you put yourself at risk of a stall-spin.
Here this is clearly about maintaining the aircraft neutral attitude while landing, so losing altitude, and probably speed.
Is this use of "straight and level" correct? What is the definition of straight and level, if any, regarding heading, attitude, speed, altitude?
Note: Please explain for all parameters mentioned above to remove all ambiguities.