Thesaurus / well educated
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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That sort of girl, brought up to hard work and by no means too well educated, is all the better for having something to do.
IDLE IDEAS IN 1905JEROME K. JEROME
He was in the government service of his country, well educated, and thoroughly a gentleman.
MR. SCARBOROUGH'S FAMILYANTHONY TROLLOPE
Those of them that are wealthy and well educated, are said to be remarkably acute, courteous, and agreeable.
THE GENIUS OF SCOTLANDROBERT TURNBULL
They were often as well educated as the men, sometimes better.
ANCIENT ROMEMARY AGNES HAMILTON
She is well educated, too, and for one who has had no training, she grasps Bible truths in a most remarkable way.
SUNNY SLOPESETHEL HUESTON
The French language continued long to be that of the court and of well educated persons.
He had been well educated as a boy and had had his hour with the classics.
AN UNPARDONABLE LIARGILBERT PARKER
He was well educated, and occupied an important position in the French Post Office.
He had been well educated, and grew to manhood with a fine sense of honor.
This Hubilgan was a serious and ascetic man of thirty-two, well educated and deeply learned in Mongol lore.
BEASTS, MEN AND GODSFERDINAND OSSENDOWSKI