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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'For me, I am not here to make noise, as far as I am concerned, I am well-schooled. I have the necessary qualifications to serve'
But like some revolutionary heroes, Aguinaldo was not as well-schooled and was not eloquent enough to sustain a political career, Suntay said.
The Armed Forces official said Karim is well-schooled and also has influence himself.
With due respect to the pioneers of the MILF, its ranks never lack for well-schooled talents who are adept in management and public administration.
But she looked a good prospect, is sure to be well-schooled and, as a fouryear-old, she'll be receiving 12lb from chief rival, the experienced, 114-rated Rare Conor, which finished fourth to Choungaya at Tipperary last week on his last start.
"Vargas is a tough and well-schooled fighter, who has shared the ring with some top welterweights, including Danny Garcia and Errol Spence Jr.
There are no valets, it's fast and furious and you're on the dirt, so he was well-schooled before he went out."
"Vargas is a tough and well-schooled fighter who has shared the ring with some top welterweights including Danny Garcia and Errol Spence Jr.
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.