educate

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  • He was one of nine children and was educated at a local school.
  • His parents decided it was better for him to be educated at home.
  • He had a limited education in the common schools, then was self-educated.
  • She was an educated woman who could read and write in four languages.
  • Education can also be defined as the process of becoming an educated person.
  • He was a self-taught student educating himself under three well-known men.
  • English is widely understood among the educated and the upper and middle classes.
  • He was largely self-educated, and began to draw at age ten.
  • If he is to stay at public school, he must aim at becoming educated.
  • She was educated primarily by her father and older brothers as well as through her own reading.
  • He was educated in local public schools in early life.
  • Most educated persons speak English, the most important foreign language to learn.
  • As he grew he was educated by his mother, and uncle.
  • Not every child could go to secondary school, for example, but those who did were well educated.
  • Parents have the natural right and duty to bring up and educate their children.
  • It was not as significant as the church in England, but did include several educated people.
  • England had more well-educated upper class women than was common anywhere in Europe.
  • His mother was forced to work to make ends meet and educate her young children herself.
  • There was no school in the district and at first Joseph was educated by his mother.
  • The faculty has supported and educated many key figures in the arts.
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Words starting with educate

Meaning of educate

  • verb Give an education to
    We must educate our youngsters better
  • verb Teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment
    Cultivate your musical taste, Train your tastebuds, She is well schooled in poetry