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Having or showing much knowledge about a wide range of subjects, or about one particular subject:‘on all issues she appeared formidably well informed’‘a wide and well-informed debate’
scholarly, erudite, well educated, knowledgeable, well read, widely read, well versed, well informed, lettered, cultured, cultivated, civilized, intellectual, intelligent, clever, academic, literary, bookish, highbrow, studious, sage, wise, sagacious, discerning, donnish, cerebral, enlightened, illuminated, sophisticated, pedanticView synonyms
- ‘I took him to be a man in his sixties, strong-faced, intelligent and well-informed.’
- ‘This is a well-informed and fair-minded contribution to an ongoing debate.’
- ‘These people are all so well-informed, so confident, so articulate… so how could anything I say be of interest to them?’
- ‘He is exceptionally thorough, intelligent and well-informed.’
- ‘Denmark has an intelligent, well-informed electorate whose hearts and minds are intrinsically pro-Europe.’
- ‘He is, by all accounts, intelligent and well-informed.’
- ‘He is one of the industry's most well-informed voices on this subject.’
- ‘Full, open honesty and a total disclosure is the only way you have a well-informed proper debate.’
- ‘After all, they are by historical standards fairly well-informed and well-educated.’
- ‘For a ten-year-old his questions are intelligent and well-informed.’
- ‘His style of writing is admirably jargon-free, his methodology sophisticated and well-informed.’
- ‘Today's international tourists are educated, well-informed and have the whole world at their fingertips.’
- ‘Free and fair elections also include a well-informed electorate.’
- ‘For the two founders, who prided themselves on being well-informed, it would be a harsh lesson in the dangers of being too clever and too cloistered.’
- ‘As yet there has been little well-informed public debate about the subject.’
- ‘There was no consoling this deeply troubled but well-informed and cultured man of letters.’
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