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


"We have done our best to have him well taught," Madame Vaillant said.

Some persons are well taught, some are ill taught, some are not taught at all.

It is the women who do all the work at home, having been well taught in their childhood.

The lesson would not thus have been so well taught to the world.

The price of these two birds, if well taught, is about the same.

And now that he is clever and well taught he gets hardly any blows—only tid-bits.

Literature, religion, gymnastics, and needlework are also well taught.

He may not have been so well taught, or he may not have been so sensible, or he may not have been so cautious.

But she has been well taught, and the teaching is part of her environment.

My voice was a rather sweet mezzo soprano, and I had been well taught.