Thesaurus / well informed


As a military man he is said to be well informed, and to understand well the principles of his profession.

Abdul Baha is an intelligent, well informed man, of fair sagacity.

Bahaism and Its ClaimsSamuel Graham Wilson

He is a friend of ours; and, if any one is well informed, he is.

Concerning each of these particulars, his subordinates are as well informed as he.

What is Property?P. J. Proudhon

I was sure this subject was one on which I was well informed, till I came to think what I might say,—and lo!

A Book of Bryn Mawr StoriesMarian T. MacIntosh

One would very soon have got through all one's officers and still not be well informed.

Cavalry in Future WarsFrederick von Bernhardi.

Mr. Boudinot observed, that he was well informed that the tax or duty of ten dollars was provided, instead of the five per cent.

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4American Anti-Slavery Society

Peter Paul will say all that is proper, like the well informed man that he is.

Yet the people are generally honest; and as well informed as the people of any country.

This knowledge may serve him well now, and John is pleased to think he is in the hands of one so well informed.

Miss CapriceSt. George Rathborne
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