Definition of "well-informed" []

  • Having knowledge about a great variety of subjects (adjective)
  • Possessing reliable information on a particular subject (adjective)
  • Furnished with sufficient, correct knowledge (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "well-informed" in a sentence
  • "In most of our previous conversations Blair had been calm, cool, very much the well-informed unemotional analyst, comfortable talking the jargon of the nuclear command and control community from which he came."
  • "He imagined future historians writing approvingly of his self-confidence and his conviction that a well-informed intellect was more important in a chief executive than experience."
  • "To Dr. Jeffrey Lewis and his extremely well-informed cohorts at the blog, for penetrating the scrim of PR and euphemism that often masks the truth about our nuclear posture."