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Definition of Learned

  • Of or pertaining to learning; possessing, or characterized by, learning, esp. scholastic learning; erudite; well-informed; as, a learned scholar, writer, or lawyer; a learned book; a learned theory.
  • established by conditioning or learning

How to use learned in a sentence. Learned pronunciation.

He had also early in his life learned that an honest smile begets confidence; and his face, grave and even a little austere in outline, was usually lighted by a smile.
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I lost my hair worrying, but I learned to be patient.
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I went to Mexico a conquistador, I left it a child of time, who had learned to smile; and I left some millions behind me, too.
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The Padre knew from the start, but I learned at great expense, and went out of business-closed up shop for ever, with a bald head and my Tips for the Tired.
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There he learned that, with her aunt, she had left that morning for Alexandria en route to England.
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So I must bend to my study of Arabic, which I am thankful I learned long ago.
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Also, from Nahoum's spies he learned of plots and counterplots, chiefly on Achmet's part; and these he hid from Kaid, while he trusted Nahoum-and not without reason, as yet.
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They had saved their heads, but they had not learned their lesson yet; and Achmet, blinded by rage, not at all.
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I had quickly learned to tell a horse from a cow, and was full of anxiety to learn more.
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We had learned ours in one afternoon.
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So I learned then, once for all, that gold in its native state is but dull, unornamental stuff, and that only low-born metals excite the admiration of the ignorant with an ostentatious glitter.
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Because we judged that we had learned the real secret of success in silver mining-which was, not to mine the silver ourselves by the sweat of our brows and the labor of our hands, but to sell the ledges to the dull slaves of toil and let them do the mining!
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And because _Madam_, you are yet but a Beginner, and may perhaps be startled at this Doctrine, I'll let you see 'tis not my single Notion, but is the Judgment of a Learned Author, who long ago has written on this Subject, a Choice Copy of Verses, which I'll here repeat to you.
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She was so much alone, and the greyhound was always with her, and not only entertained her by such tricks as any other dog might have learned, but was to her a beloved, dumb, but by no means deaf, companion from her early home, who would prick its ears when she spoke the name of her dear little sisters in distant Arelas, from whom she had not heard for years; or it would look sadly in her face, and kiss her white hands, when longing forced tears into her eyes.
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He could no longer conceal from himself that Hermas was not ripe for the life of an anchorite, and since he had learned that his unhappy wife-whom he had so long given up for lost-had died a Christian, he found that he could reconcile his thoughts to relinquishing the boy to the world.
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In her school-days, Louise had learned to "play the piano," but, caring little or nothing for music, she had hardly touched a key for several years.
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They learned that Louise was not dangerously injured; her recovery would be merely a matter of time and care.
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It is something to be able to read French; but if one has learned to speak French, the reading of a French book becomes infinitely more vivid.
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Her capacity for passive resistance is enormous-Napoleon learned that, and so did Frederick.
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It is a significant fact, that Tolstoi, after a varied and long experience of human life, after reviewing all the systems of thought that have influenced modern society, should have finally arrived and found rest in the statements that most of us learned in childhood from our mothers' lips.
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Examples of Learned

Example #1
From the Mokattam Hills, where he read Faith's letter again, his back against one of the forts which Napoleon had built in his Egyptian days, he scanned the distance.
Example #2
He was more Oriental, more fatalist, than he knew.
Example #3
The Dagos wanted to live in their own way, and they did.
Example #4
After five years I left, with a bald head at twenty-nine, and a little book of noble thoughts-Tips for the Tired, or Things you can say To-day on what you can do to-morrow.
Example #5
It's one thing to be a missionary and say the little word in season; it's another to run your soft red head against a hard stone wall.