well-schooled

well-schooled

adj (well schooled when postpositive)
having been trained or educated sufficiently, as in a school: well-schooled ponies.
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He is well-schooled, has a solid chin, and can bang.
It was by no means an easy fight for Leather who had to stave off an aggressive and well-schooled opponent, and both fighters raised their hands after the final bell, but it was the Teessider who walked away with the unanimous decision.
And yet he is also a very skilful and well-schooled fighter.
The well-schooled Cuban has never been stopped and two of his defeats came via split decision.
She had a well-schooled eye for and was a purveyor of precious metals and gems.
Secondly, timers are only useful in countries where there is a respectable degree of well-schooled drivers.
After nearly a decade as leader of the Financial Management and Administration Department in the German National Library of Science and Technology and University Library Hanover, Professor Duren is well-schooled in new challenges that arise for leaders in libraries, particularly when change becomes a constant.
Akulugu had won his previous nine fights inside the distance - but Bendall was too well-schooled and hit too hard.
I think this calls for the subtle diplomacy, and lightness of touch of a well-schooled director of football.
He's a goalscorer with tremendous pace who knows where to run and has been well-schooled in the game.
In nearly a decade of leadership, the son of Kent Stowell and Francia Russell, who had a stellar career as a San Francisco Ballet principal, used his experience, connections, talent, and good taste to forge a well-schooled, classically oriented company that performed ballets by Wheeldon, Robbins, Nicolo Fonte, Trey McIntyre, and himself.
Ransom Note is sure to have been well-schooled and ought to be a cut above most of these.