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adjective (well schooled when postpositive)
having been trained or educated sufficiently, as in a school: well-schooled ponies
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  • His well-schooled features revealed no trace of the idea—or of any other idea.

    The Talkative Tree Horace Brown Fyfe
  • It was a remote, well-schooled eye that she lifted now upon him.

    The Virginian Owen Wister
  • He saw that Enslee was a well-schooled rider who annoyed his horse a good deal, yet ruled him somehow.

    What Will People Say? Rupert Hughes
  • When at the age of thirty-five he made his début in politics he had become really a well-schooled and highly cultured man.

    The Brothers' War John Calvin Reed
  • In his manner was neither obtrusiveness nor servility, only a kind of well-schooled ease and directness.

    The Penalty

    Gouverneur Morris
  • Her voice was that of a well-schooled white girl, and all her perceptions coincided.

    Tropic Days E. J. Banfield
  • When these folk, experienced and well-schooled, go off up into the great hills, they are the envy of all the tourists.

  • The well-schooled laboratory worker almost automatically gives consideration to all such secondary circumstances.

  • At the critical moment a quiet, well-schooled voice interrupted the scene.

    When A Man's A Man Harold Bell Wright
  • Like most of the hunting beasts, he was well-schooled in the lore of the trails, and all the signs were to him a clear speech.

    The Watchers of the Trails Charles G. D. Roberts

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