educated

[ ej-oo-key-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF educated

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If your cows don't like it, they'll have to be educated up to it.

Her first husband must have been a man who greatly refined and educated her.

Like most educated Russians, he spoke English with barely an accent.

But Mrs. Ormond told me that you loved me, and that you had educated me to be your wife.

The boy was educated at a school in Durham, and at the University of Edinburgh.

The perpetrator is educated, wise, enjoys the respect of his fellows.

Her name was Mlle. de Brabender, and she had educated a grand duchess in Russia.

Now, most educated men are for tolerance, and see as Erasmus saw.

To-day this appears to the majority of educated men a fantastic conception.

Joseph she put apprentice to a surgeon, and educated for the medical profession.

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