well-informed [wel-in-fawrmd] ExamplesWord Originadjective
- having extensive knowledge, as in one particular subject or in a variety of subjects.
Origin of well-informed late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50 Related Words for well-informed knowledgeable, educated, intelligent, aware, trained, versed, schooled Examples from the Web for well-informed Contemporary Examples of well-informed
That we have enough information to put together a well-informed opinion in every controversy.
Emily L. Hauser
December 7, 2012
Even rational, well-informed people seem to find evidence of a decline in violence hard to believe.
November 25, 2012
He must present himself as a well-informed CEO rather than a managerial Chief Financial Officer.
October 11, 2012
A well-informed Jewish politico notes that key AIPAC donors were “really exercised.”
September 14, 2012
A breakthrough came the following year when Davies was contacted by a “good and well-informed person.”
July 17, 2011
Historical Examples of well-informed
It would make an ignorant man a well-informed one in less than ten years.
In short, to be a good scout is to be a well-developed, well-informed boy.
Boy Scouts of America
He was not a person of much energy of character, but he was sensible and well-informed.
There are no persons in the community who need to be so wise and well-informed as mothers.
T. De Witt Talmage
The bland, obsequious, well-informed Ramsay became a great favourite.
British Dictionary definitions for well-informed well-informed adjective (well informed when postpositive)
- having knowledge about a great variety of subjectshe seems to be a well-informed person
- possessing reliable information on a particular subject