adjective in·formed \in-ˈfrmd\

: having information

: based on information

Full Definition of INFORMED

a :  having information <informed sources> <informed observers>
b :  based on possession of information <an informed opinion>
:  educated, knowledgeable <what the informed person should know>
in·formed·ly \-ˈfrmd-lē, -ˈfr-məd-lē\ adverb

Examples of INFORMED

  1. Informed sources told us of the new policy.
  2. We need to spend more time researching our options so that we can make an informed choice.

First Known Use of INFORMED

15th century

Rhymes with INFORMED


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