- s well informed or deeply versed through reading
respect for a well-read man
well-read in medieval history
- s highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
- Old-school birthing is back in style, with well-read women forsaking obstetricians for midwives and epidurals for warm baths.
- Secondary pages note that "even some conservatives don't buy it" and list two well-read conservative bloggers who have debunked the tape tale.
- In Potter's view, these practices just need more exposure, which he's happy to provide on cable news or through his well-read blog for the nonpartisan public-interest group the .
News & Articles
- Stage Review: Bukowsical A Filthy Good Time
I like to think of myself as being reasonably well-read, but I will admit I had managed to miss the works of Charles Bukowski, "the poet laureate of the lowlife," entirely. It seems incredible, considering the man wrote several novels, hundreds of short stories and thousands of poems.
June 18, 2013 - The Trades
- Mark Bowden in Minneapolis Star Tribune
He was an impressive combination: not just a tough capable of commanding respect from the thugs . . . but also well-read, articulate and seemingly open-minded,Mark Bowden wrote in a 2002 story in The Atlantic Monthly.
- Bill Clinton in Courier Mail
...Courier-Mail was with a beaming Rudd last year in Manhattan when he was at ease addressing the United Nations and basking in the praise of former US president Bill Clinton, who described him as "one of the most well-informed, well-read,...
- Paul Goydos in USA Today
I don't think David wants my empathy, to be honest with you,Paul Goydos said. "He's a good man. He's well-read. He's smart. I think he's as happy as he's ever been in his life with his family situation. Sometimes, I think we overrate the...