Origin of well-informed
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That we have enough information to put together a well-informed opinion in every controversy.
Even rational, well-informed people seem to find evidence of a decline in violence hard to believe.Despite Viral Attack Video, British Crime Rates Are Down|Peter Jukes|November 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He must present himself as a well-informed CEO rather than a managerial Chief Financial Officer.
A well-informed Jewish politico notes that key AIPAC donors were “really exercised.”
A breakthrough came the following year when Davies was contacted by a “good and well-informed person.”
George thought the Prince very clever and well-informed at Windsor; and his character always comes out honest.Miss Eden's Letters|Emily Eden
Well-informed in all things, the Devil must have known that my friend would gain nothing by his visit to futurity.Seven Men|Max Beerbohm
Well-informed and intelligent spectres, of course (unless they had some private end in view), steer clear of inns altogether.Old Country Inns of England|Henry P. Maskell
But that sarcastic and well-informed young gentleman is hardly heard in the laughing commotion.Donald and Dorothy|Mary Mapes Dodge
"Rising five pounds every year," said the well-informed Amelia.The Small House at Allington|Anthony Trollope