lettered


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let·tered

 (lĕt′ərd)
adj.
1.
a. Educated to read and write; literate.
b. Highly educated; learned.
2. Of or relating to literacy or learning.
3. Inscribed or marked with or as if with letters.

lettered

(ˈlɛtəd)
adj
1. (Education) well educated in literature, the arts, etc
2. (Education) literate
3. (Education) of or characterized by learning or culture
4. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printed or marked with letters

let•tered

(ˈlɛt ərd)

adj.
1. educated or learned.
2. literate.
3. of or characterized by learning or literary culture.
4. marked with or as if with letters.
[1275–1325]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.lettered - highly educated; having extensive information or understanding; "knowing instructors"; "a knowledgeable critic"; "a knowledgeable audience"
educated - possessing an education (especially having more than average knowledge)

lettered

adjective educated, learned, cultured, informed, accomplished, scholarly, versed, cultivated, switched-on (informal), knowledgeable, literate, well-educated, erudite, well-read young and old, lettered and unlettered

lettered

adjective
1. Having an education:
2. Having or showing profound knowledge and scholarship:
Translations

lettered

[ˈletəd] ADJ [person] → culto

lettered

adj
(rare) persongelehrt
objectbeschriftet; lettered in goldin Goldschrift
References in classic literature ?
This was my all of lettered intercourse; and it was quite sufficient for my necessities.
At last the Captain made a postman of it; tying a lettered, leathern tally round its neck, with the ship's time and place; and then letting it escape.
Be not uneasy, friend Sancho," said the barber, "for we will entreat your master, and advise him, even urging it upon him as a case of conscience, to become an emperor and not an archbishop, because it will be easier for him as he is more valiant than lettered.