adjective(well schooled when postpositive)
  1. having been trained or educated sufficiently, as in a school: well-schooled ponies

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How to use well-schooled in a sentence

  • He was too well schooled as a gladiator, not to know that, by all the rules of the art, he must yield and die.

  • The traces of that delight, however, lay beneath so well schooled an exterior that they were decidedly non-apparent.

    The Palace of Darkened Windows | Mary Hastings Bradley
  • His father, a man well schooled in mathematics and philosophy, saw to it that his son should not lack a liberal education.