Educated synonyms

ĕj'ə-kā'tĭd

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Knowledgeable; educated:
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Having profound, often systematic knowledge; erudite.
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The definition of erudite is someone who has wide range of knowledge and is well-read.
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Having read much (in a particular subject)
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In accord with procedures, methods, conduct and accepted conventions of modern science.
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Capable of some independent functioning because equipped with a microprocessor or computer
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Showing evidence of moral and intellectual advancement; humane, ethical, and reasonable:
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Devoted to learning; studious
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Educated, especially having a degree (entitled to put an abbreviation such as BS, MA, PhD, MD after a signature).
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Exceedingly wise
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(Of a man) Courteous, polite, refined, and suave.
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Having a formal education
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Having thorough knowledge of a subject
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Having or characterized by discipline
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Precise to a fine degree.
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Not lettered; ignorant; uneducated
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Personally known; familiar.
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To bring up by educating, nurturing, training, etc.; raise
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To help to grow or develop; stimulate; promote
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Explain is defined as to make something clear or to account for something or tell why something happened.
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To coach is defined as to train or teach someone.
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To communicate by speech or writing; express with words:
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To give notice to; inform; announce to
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To inform or notify
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Requiring specialized ability or training:
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Knowledgeable or capable (in a specified field)
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Of or relating to writers or the profession of literature:
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The definition of well-grounded is something based on facts or sound evidence.
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Having a formal education
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Having a formal education
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The definition of ignorant is something or someone lacking in knowledge, or is stupid or rude.
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The definition of experienced is a person with training, knowledge or who has participated in something.
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Knowledgeable or skilled, either through study or experience; familiar; practiced
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Not experienced; lacking knowledge or experience; green.
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Slow to learn or understand; obtuse.
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Not cultured or cultivated:
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Raised to be well-mannered and refined.
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Thought out; considered. Often used in combination:
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Having an education
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Characterized by discriminating taste and broad knowledge as a result of development or education
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To gain knowledge from a bad experience.
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Having social poise; polished
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Having knowledge, especially of a particular subject
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The definition of polished is shiny, refined or without errors.
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Manipulated in shape or habit.
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Having been given a shape, especially a curved shape.
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In a ready state; specif., already cooked
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Having a formal education
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Designed to conform to the contours of that which it covers
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Having a formal education
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Having a formal education
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Having or showing great skill; expert:
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Characteristic of an expert.
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(Biol.) Grown in a specially prepared medium
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Done with a task, activity, or concern
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(Often disparagingly) Versed in books; having knowledge derived from books.
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Given to reading; fond of study; better acquainted with books than with people; learned from books.
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Having a formal education
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Of or for a highbrow
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(Idiomatic) Well-informed concerning.
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Of, relating to, or produced in cultivation:
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Having less than an expected standard of familiarity with language and literature, or having little formal education.
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