well educated

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Basil Kendall was well educated, and had done what he could to educate his children.

This truth I hold you all to be too well informed and well educated to deny.

Subject to indiscipline, they have many a fault to find with him who is well educated.

He was too well educated for some of them, not well enough educated for others.

There is my cousin Anice: you know how her mother frets because she is not well educated.

Gay cannot be a Bolshevik, because he is too well educated and too clever for it.

I'm a well educated man, Major, far better educated than you are.

The present king is well educated, and also a progressive man, as his father was not.

He had been well educated, and had visited most European countries.

You are young, you are rich, you are clever, you are well educated.