learn[ lurn ]SEE DEFINITION OF learn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEARN
They were never allowed to learn any liberal art, or to sing manly songs.
I think, on the whole, I shan't be obliged to learn to braid straw.
If the worst came, he could go West with the family and learn how to do something.
"If you will consult the captain, you may learn your mistake," said Robert.
Government must learn to take less from people so that people can do more for themselves.
By the way, what inducements could a swift writer as he have to learn short-hand!
As far as we can learn there never was an emergency yet which the life-principle was not equipped to meet.
It takes a lifetime, Mr. Vavasor, to learn where to pay our taxes.
We learn nothing, we take no forward step, except as we are whipped to it by anguish.
The only way to learn the rules of any thing practical is to begin to do the thing.