literate

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • It has been said he is the most computer-literate member of the band.
  • However, many students do not attend school long enough to be considered literate.
  • Even today, parents usually read these tales to their not-yet-literate children.
  • Literate parents are better able to support the learning of their children.
  • Losing his father when he was three, his literate mother was responsible for much of his early education.
  • He was literate and often wrote his own letters of state.
  • In other words, only one out of five women is literate.
  • It would mean that inside of five years, the Literates would control the whole government. Cited from Null-ABC, by Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
  • It was even a famous meeting point among the non-literate.
  • Ultimately, information literate people are those who have learned how to learn.
  • It was also the most literate and most educated region in the country.
  • It is not known whether she was literate, and she left no known writings.
  • These tales have often been collected by literate men, and turned into written works.
  • A literate woman, she was a fashion designer, running her own small business.
  • They must be computer literate and have a good standard of English.
  • He is a local hero, despite being only semi-literate, and having no formal higher education.
  • Most people in this village are literate and have sound living.
  • He was in such position because he was highly literate.
  • His parents were literate and he could already read the Bible when he started school aged seven.
  • She has completed her 10th grade making her the most literate in the entire family.
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Words starting with literate

Synonyms of literate

Meaning of literate

  • noun A person who can read and write
  • adjective Able to read and write
  • adjective Versed in literature; dealing with literature