- I(Roget's IV) modif.1. [Having Great learning; said of people ]Syn. scholarly, erudite, scholastic, academic, accomplished, conversant with, lettered, instructed, collegiate, well-read, well-informed, bookish, pansophic, omniscient, polymathic, pedantic, professorial; see also cultured , educated 1 .Ant. ignorant*, incapable, illiterate.2. [Showing evidence of learning; said of productions ]Syn. scholarly, scientific, deep, solid, sound, sage, philosophic, philosophical, literary, erudite, grave, solemn, sober, judicious, studied, studious, sapient, abstract, recondite, esoteric, arcane, far out*; see also profound 2 .Ant. superficial*, unscholarly, shallow.II(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.educated, schooled, erudite, scholarly, literate, well-read, knowledgeable, lettered, intellectual, pedantic, bookish.ANT.: ignorant, unschooled, illiterateIII(Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective Having or showing profound knowledge and scholarship: erudite, lettered, scholarly, wise1. See KNOWLEDGE.
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Learned — Learn ed (l[ e]rn [e^]d), a. Of or pertaining to learning; possessing, or characterized by, learning, esp. scholastic learning; erudite; well informed; as, a learned scholar, writer, or lawyer; a learned book; a learned theory. [1913 Webster] The … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
learned — learned, scholarly, erudite are comparable when they mean possessing or manifesting unusually wide and deep knowledge. Learned implies the possession of knowledge gained by study and research; it usually implies wider and deeper knowledge than do … New Dictionary of Synonyms
Learned — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Amasa Learned (1750–1825), US amerikanischer Politiker Ebenezer Learned (1728–1801), US amerikanischer Armeeoffizier Michael Learned (* 1939), US amerikanische Schauspielerin Learned bezeichnet außerdem:… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Learned — Pueblo de los Estados Unidos … Wikipedia Español
learned — learned; un·learned; un·learned·ly; learned·ly; learned·ness; … English syllables
learned — [lʉr′nid; ] for 3 [, lʉrnd] adj. [orig. pp. of LEARN in obs. sense of “teach”] 1. a) having or showing much learning; well informed; erudite b) having or showing much learning in some special field [a learned doctor] 2. of or characterized by… … English World dictionary
Learned — Learned, MS U.S. town in Mississippi Population (2000): 50 Housing Units (2000): 24 Land area (2000): 0.298770 sq. miles (0.773811 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.002658 sq. miles (0.006885 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.301428 sq. miles (0.780696 sq … StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places
Learned, MS — U.S. town in Mississippi Population (2000): 50 Housing Units (2000): 24 Land area (2000): 0.298770 sq. miles (0.773811 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.002658 sq. miles (0.006885 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.301428 sq. miles (0.780696 sq. km) FIPS… … StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places
learned — I adjective accomplished, acquainted with, acroatic, apprised of, aware, bibliophilic, bookish, cognizant, conversant, doctus, educated, enlightened, erudite, eruditus, experienced, expert, familiar, informed, instructed, knowing, knowledgeable,… … Law dictionary
learned — having knowledge gained by study, mid 14c., pp. adjective from LEARN (Cf. learn) (v.) in former transitive sense. Related: Learnedly; learnedness … Etymology dictionary
learned — is pronounced as one syllable when it is the past and past participle of learn, and as two syllables (ler nid) when it is an adjective meaning ‘having or showing much knowledge’ … Modern English usage