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Synonyms for well-read

well informed or deeply versed through reading

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Well-Read Lives, a beautifully written synthesis of incisive theoretical insights and detailed research, shows a different side of that relationship.
We learn a lot about the history of South Africa and at the same time are captured by a well-read and well-crafted romance.
Lieberman is such a well-read, critical thinker it is a shame he cannot turn off the invective spigot long enough to construct the viable political and policy strategy none other has been able to devise.
The dialogue doesn't make up for it, nor does the by now inevitable political correctness of making heroine Belle feisty, well-read and independent.
Our news coverage is diverse, sought-after and well-read.
Donald Dale Jackson, author of two well-read books on judges and the Gold Rush, died in his sleep, in his own bed, as he wanted, after coping with heart disease for several years.
As for the beloved disciple, there is already an account in writing, well-read and appreciated.
In this writer's experience speaking with well-read and Web-enabled folks in the Chronicle's own market, it is clear that many people have a very inaccurate idea of what is in the cartoons.
Vladimer Papava is a well-read professor of economics and he served as Minister of Economy of his country from 1994 to 2000.
I would rummage through those well-read pages, often picking out stories of our worldwide communion.
He was one of the two most well-read and interesting people in our family's circle of friends.
The less well-read reader might assume that Pearl Harbor was a huge surprise to Franklin 'Duplicitous' Roosevelt and that planning began for US entry into the European war began only on December 8th, 1941.
The jacket of Rights from Wrongs describes Dershowitz's answer to the rights question as "wholly new," but well-read secularists will recognize aspects of his arguments from established Humanist literature.