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  1. possessing sound knowledge
    well-informed readers
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How To Use well-informed In A Sentence

  • But to pretend that the "same thing" could happen to any coal plant as to a 1GW nuke is simply nonsense, and you appear too well-informed to believe it yourself. WhooPPSS! (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • It can be helpful to discuss the issues with a well-informed person, and long-term suppressive therapy can improve the situation immensely. Undefined
  • We had a serious and well-informed debate.
  • In this regard, the "young man of rank" whose visits to Mathilda in London trigger her father's crisis and their ensuing misery represents not so much the threat of alternate sexual options as the sheer intervention of non-fictional reality ( "well-informed and agreeable in his person") into the irreality inhabited jointly by father and daughter (19). Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality
  • How well-informed is the customer about the range, quality and cost of the products on offer?
  • The scandal was dug up by a well-informed journalist.
  • In order to become well-informed citizens, we must always be mindful of bias in the media.
  • Whether, as at a late period a very well-informed, well-affected, and well-equipped critic hinted, his picture of the Luciens and the Lousteaus did not a little to propagate both is another matter. Lost Illusions
  • Free and fair elections also include a well-informed electorate.
  • Some well-informed practitioners are highly sceptical of the reliability of corporate betas based on historical data.
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