And how did this half-educated mediocrity get into Harvard Law School, and then become editor of the Harvard Law Review?
One ought never to be more careful than in addressing questions to half-educated persons.
As in a web the warp is stronger than the woof, so should the rulers be stronger than their half-educated subjects.
It became a perfect mania, particularly with the young and clever, the half-educated, the would-be "smart" folk.
I am talking now of the half-educated people as I have met them.
It does seem as if uneducated and half-educated people are able to shut their ears to all things they do not understand.
You judge me half-educated,—and wholly unworthy to be your son's wife.
He spoke with a touch of the drawl which is currently supposed to belong only to the half-educated classes of England.
The woman was really educated, but her success was with half-educated readers.
Take, for instance, the perpetual quarrel between the artists and the half-educated about literary painting.