View definitions for learned
adjective as in well-informed
The results, the researchers believe, point to the likelihood that third-party punishment is less learned than it is evolved, a part of a universal moral grammar with which many psychologists and ethicists believe human beings are born.
That may be about to change though, thanks to a new approach that blends pre-learned skills on the fly to tackle new challenges.
Isolated lesbians learned that there were other women like them via books whose covers aimed to titillate heterosexual men.
The police learned that Kemp worked in a grocery on Decatur Avenue.
“Then I learned he can't spell and is a manager at a CPK,” she said.
His first language was Russian, then he learned Swedish, but chooses to perform in monosyllabic broken English.
I asked her how her trainers, born and raised in Iran, have learned how to teach hip-hop.
He was rector of the university of Ilfeldt 40 years, and published several learned works.
Decide about it, ye that are learned in the ethnographic distinctions of our race—but heaven defend us from the Bourbonnaises!
He was learned, benevolent and pious, and author of several religious works.
It was not an exalted niche to fill in life, but at least she had learned to fill it to perfection, and her ambitions were modest.
He was the author of many learned theological works and controversial publications.
On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to learned, such as: accomplished, educated, scholarly, scientific, studied, and well-educated.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.