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knowledgeable

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  • s  highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
    a knowledgeable critic
    a knowledgeable audience
  • s  alert and fully informed
    surprisingly knowledgeable about what was going on
  • s  thoroughly acquainted through study or experience
    knowledgeable about the technique of painting"- Herbert Read

  • The presidency will turn on whether the American people agree with McCain on thatbut on this night, Obama emerged as a candidate who was at least as knowledgeable, judicious and .
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  • Sample Grist humor: You might want to sit down for this: Al Gore will announce his candidacy for president this week, knowledgeable sources tell Grist.
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  • Barbara Walters in Forbes
    Lutfi has been staying with Spears constantly, "and he got in touch with us," Walters said. "I can't vouch for this, he seemed to be very knowledgeable and he certainly was very nice."
  • Alberto Gonzales in Forbes
    It was to be a group of officials, including the deputy attorney general, who were much more knowledgeable than I about the performance of each US attorney,Gonzales said.
  • Cliff Lee in NorthJersey.com
    Yeah, I like it [in New York],he said. "You know there's going to be a lot of fans. I've always enjoyed pitching here. They're knowledgeable fans that understand the game, and they get into it. As a player, that's what you like and...

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