[ US /ˈɛdʒəˌkeɪtɪd, ˈɛdʒjuˌkeɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛd‍ʒuːkˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. possessing an education (especially having more than average knowledge)
  2. characterized by full comprehension of the problem involved
    an educated guess
    an enlightened electorate
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How To Use educated In A Sentence

  • And I feel hopelessly undereducated, with all the MAs around me.
  • In Iowa, he didn't just win over the Democrats, the college-educated over $55K under 60 crowd, he won overjust about everybody that wasn't a die-hard Republican. Hillary's NH Lead In Suffolk Tracking Poll Cut By Nearly Half
  • 8356A mugwump is a person educated beyond his intellect. Quotations
  • Ignorance of Sarah Palin offends anyone who is educated, it's an insult to the intellectual world, american intelligence. Palin plans 'aggressive' fundraising push
  • Ireland is younger, more sallow, better educated, more vibrant and more in need of joined-up thinking than ever before.
  • The childfree are a diverse group of people, much like the reasons behind the choice not to procreate; however, childfree people tend to be less conventional, more highly educated, and professional. BlogHer - Comments
  • In developing countries like India, it is the wealthier and better-educated who tend to be aspirational; the poor are not yet in a position to aspire to much of anything.
  • While the inmates of the home are provided with skill training in handicrafts, embroidery and sewing based on their aptitude, the children including those of sex workers are educated.
  • Many of us are highly educated and your presumptions are most insulting.
  • In a truly participatory democratic society, an educated and skilled population is essential to its continuance.
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