Highly educated; having extensive information or understanding(adjective)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "well-educated" in a sentence
"For most of its history, the libertarian "movement" has consisted primarily of a conservative elite -- that is, a well-educated state and national network of business leaders, politicians, academics, college students, pundits and public intellectuals rather than legions of grassroots activists."
"I am a well-educated liberal, but even I have had enough."
"As an upper middle class well-educated lawyer facing increased taxes under some of Obama's proposals, I recognize that it might be time for me to pay this country back for all the wealth I've reaped from the advantageous opportunities its given this white male, and that perhaps, as a citizen of a community, I should participate in fulfilling my moral obligation to helping those around me who have less."