well-versed


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well-versed

adj (well versed when postpositive)
comprehensively knowledgeable (about), acquainted (with), or skilled (in)
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Ben Armbruster has learned how to survive trench warfare from a coach who is well-versed in the great battles in American history.
Nearly every enterprise is a potential victim of fraud, and CPAs well-versed in the scope of fraudulent activities can help businesses prepare for the worst scenarios.
If it is a frequent nuisance, it may merit an examination by a physician well-versed in clicks and their various causes.
He added that the assistants working at various stations in the room were well-versed in all of the other stations as well.
The 48-year-old is well-versed in politics, having served as the mayor of Tempe, Ariz.
In-school assemblies featuring qualified, well-versed outside speakers in the aforementioned areas will help everyone involved and reinforce your stance on a lot of important issues.
Which is not to mention his impressive breadth of knowledge: Svenonius is as well-versed in American history and contemporary politics as he is in rock music, and his seamless intermingling of the two is nothing short of fascinating.
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Divine Discourse is not an introduction to Puritan studies; instead, it addresses students well-versed in Protestant scholasticism and the intellectual culture of early modern England, and offers a stimulating rereading of England's most eminent Puritan theologian.
Having outwitted the Inquisition in Portugal, he now tries to use those wits to outmaneuver other well-versed brokers.
Although many people are familiar with the moniker Big Bang theory, most aren't well-versed in the science behind it.