- simple past tense and past participle of teach.
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Examples from the Web for well-taught
And the lady was very beautiful, as beautiful as my lady, only not good or well-taught like her.The Buccaneer
Mrs. S. C. Hall
They prefer his services to those of the well-taught and meritorious physician.Papers from Overlook-House
Ah, it is worth a world of fine, well-taught, scientific melodies!Jasper Lyle
But every well-taught Sunday scholar knows that Adam did not "cease to exist," when he broke the commandment.Practical Religion</p>
John Charles Ryle
So early do well-taught Yankee children develop one qualification for the diaconate.A Rambler's lease
- having been shown, tutored, or instructed in a successful manner
- the past tense and past participle of teach
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Word Origin and History for well-taught
past tense of teach, from Old English tahte (see teach).
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