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Spell check of learned

Correct spelling: learned

Synonyms:
erudite, informed, studious, well-informed, knowledgeable, knowing, judicious, omniscient, intelligent, theoretical, scholarly, literary, intimate, scholastic, arcane, educated, discovered, wise, canny, conversant with, incapable, recondite, sound, cognizant, comprehended, understood, academic, instructed, accomplished, wise to, studied, enlightened, scientific, sober, ignorant, solid, grave, experienced, profound, nonheritable, shrewd, realized, deep, philosophic, well-educated, sapient, abstract, literate, superficial, read, gleaned, philosophical, cultured, unscholarly, pedantic, in condition, bookish, intentional, shallow, absorbed, knowledge, well-read, sage, noninheritable, lettered, solemn, assimilated, mastered, streetwise, esoteric, digested, conditioned, grasped, competent, versed, intellectual, professorial.

Antonyms:
illiterate, benighted, unconditioned, uncivilized, lowbrow, uninstructed, untaught, unlearned, informal, uncultivated, conversational, ill-bred, slangy, innate, unbookish, unscholarly, uncultured, familiar, colloquial, dark, undereducated, unlettered, untutored, chatty, nonliterary, unpolished, ignorant, unknowledgeable, uninformed, unrefined, unschooled, semiliterate, uneducated, unintellectual.

Examples of usage:

1) And Harry learned his French. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Ah, you have not learned. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) In that week they learned about each other. - "For Every Man A Reason", Patrick Wilkins.

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