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well–grounded

adjective well–ground·ed \-ˈgran-dəd\

: having good training in a subject or activity

Full Definition of WELL-GROUNDED

1
:  having a firm foundation <well–grounded in Latin and Greek>

First Known Use of WELL-GROUNDED

14th century

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