Thesaurus / well versed
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Brutus was from his youth up a student of philosophy and well versed in the systems of the Greeks.
He was well versed in Roman law, in ancient philosophy, history and poetry.
Of the courts proclaimed is now the Cid well versed in the affairs.
THE LAY OF THE CIDR. SELDEN ROSE
She also was well versed in Latin, in which language she composed several pieces.
Fumiko was the daughter of a naval officer, well versed in the literature of her own land, and a good English scholar.
ROMANCES OF OLD JAPANYEI THEODORA OZAKI
Was he not as well versed in the knowledge of the Koran and the customs of Islam as the most devout disciple of the Prophet?
It appears, then, that one who professes himself an architect should be well versed in both directions.
He was so well versed in the Indian tongue that his name is often found on the deeds from the natives.
His official duties brought him into direct relations with many who were well versed in the politics of the time.
He and his associates in the inquiry had sat on several earlier committees and were well versed in the points at issue.