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They are the record of a stubborn, prejudiced, well-trained musician and well-read man, one who was not devoid of irony.

Old FogyJames Huneker

Though Mr. Ramsay, her builder, was a ship carpenter, he was a very intelligent and well-read man.

The Yacht ClubOliver Optic

He was well-read too, in several languages, especially in French, and his excellent memory stood him in good stead.

He was well-read, very decided in his views that the people were made to be governed, not to govern.

Louis PhilippeJohn S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott

But, in addition, he was an extremely clever and well-read man and a most interesting talker.

He was a well-read boy, and therefore did not appear as "green" as he might otherwise have done.

The Young Bridge-TenderArthur M. Winfield

It is evidently written by a well-read, cultivated, and refined woman, with warm feelings and strong religious convictions.

The cardinal was an excellent linguist and a well-read scholar.

He has an acknowledged place in the history of literature, but there pretty well even well-read people are content to leave him.

Immortal MemoriesClement Shorter

Neither parent was college-bred, yet Charles' father was a well-read man, a keen thinker, and a master of debate.

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