ADJECTIVE
  1. highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
    knowing instructors
    a knowledgeable critic
    a knowledgeable audience
  2. well informed or deeply versed through reading
    respect for a well-read man
    well-read in medieval history
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How To Use well-read In A Sentence

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  • They are worldly, intelligent, well-read and hopeful about having a decent future.
  • There is a positive stereotype secretly held by librarians, one that casts us as fearlessly impartial, lightly well-read, knowingly computerate and less socially inept than socially committed.
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  • They are worldly, intelligent, well-read and hopeful about having a decent future.
  • I started asking around among those friends who had literature degrees, English degrees, well-read others, but have found no one who can tell me the name of any myth about a horse eating nothing but rose petals.
  • People want well-read, reflective, and prayerful preachers.
  • You are well-read, literate; more so than some of my friends. A MEANS TO EVIL
  • As a well-read friend recently told me, it's the only book with a pink cover that examines the Reynolds defence, but that hasn't stopped dozens of people asking me how I became a chick-lit writer. Should we mourn the end of chick-lit?
  • A highly sophisticated and well-read composer such as Britten could be expected to look for his own Hofmannsthal.
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