knowledgeable

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[ UK /nˈɒlɪd‍ʒəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈnɑɫədʒəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
    knowing instructors
    a knowledgeable critic
    a knowledgeable audience
  2. alert and fully informed
    surprisingly knowledgeable about what was going on
    a knowing collector of rare books
  3. thoroughly acquainted through study or experience
    this girl, so intimate with nature
    knowledgeable about the technique of painting
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How To Use knowledgeable In A Sentence

  • Most doulas are knowledgeable about resources such as lactation consultants and support groups.
  • Each yacht carries knowledgeable skippers and crew members. Times, Sunday Times
  • Throw in friendly and knowledgeable staff and the gorgeous riverside terrace (serving only a bar menu) for a great dining experience. Times, Sunday Times
  • A knowledgeable fan can predict most selections with unerring accuracy.
  • Knowledgeable shootists realize the value of a large-frame revolver and have mourned the loss of this full figured six-gun ever since.
  • The knowledgeable authorities occupy the institutional front row only because others have abandoned the effort.
  • Guests can lend a hand with ranch chores if they like, baling hay and moving cows to new pastures, all the while swapping stories with Brad McCarthy, the engaging, knowledgeable head wrangler.
  • My wise, knowledgeable green eyes were younger, no wrinkles marring them in the slightest.
  • an unknowledgeable assistant
  • It was edgy and over-the-top, with enough random cinematic references to keep even the most knowledgeable film geek happy.
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