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


For he was well versed in the sights, and sounds, and habits of his world.

Born at Bharooch in 1733, this man was well versed in the Arabic and Persian languages.

He was well versed in the law, and had been strict in obedience thereto.

Is that young gentleman, sir,” said I, “well versed in the principles of criticism?

He was not well versed in the dialect of the Akasava, and Bosambo must be his interpreter.

She was too well versed in the ways of war for either ignorance or alarm.

Quite a fluent speaker and well versed on all public questions.

They were, however, quite as well versed in stealing as their countrymen.

Each was, of course, almost as well versed in engineering as he was in his own specialty.

He was well versed in their character, and knew how to play upon their vanity.