Synonyms for Learned:

adj.

academic (adjective)
erudite, pedantic, scholastic, professorial, scholarly, bookish, literary, theoretical, academic.
conversant (adjective)
well-informed.
knowing (adjective)
experienced, intelligent, encylopedic, wise, canny, informed, streetwise, shrewd, educated, competent, erudite, versed, omniscient, intellectual, knowing, cognizant.
literate (adjective)
lettered.
pedagogic (adjective)
professorial.
reflective (adjective)
philosophical.
well-informed (adjective)
educated, judicious, omniscient, well-educated, studious, studied, solid, versed, grave, recondite, sound, cultured, philosophical, philosophic, professorial, accomplished, pedantic, sage, lettered, solemn, sapient, intellectual, literary, bookish, erudite, well-read, scientific, esoteric, scholarly, experienced, academic, deep.

n.

knowledge. learned (noun)
erudite, well-educated, educated, knowing, scholarly, noninheritable, well-read, conditioned, knowledgeable, nonheritable, lettered, enlightened.

v.

learned (verb)
discovered, Gleaned, comprehended, mastered, Assimilated, understood, grasped, absorbed, read, studied, realized, digested.

Other synonyms:

well-informed. philosophical, profound. cultivated
cultured.
industrious
studious.
pensive
philosophic.
prudent
sage.
trained
instructed.
versed
informed.
Other relevant words:
enlightened, esoteric, abstract, brilliant, judicious, sapient, well-informed, cultured, knowledgeable, recondite, sound, deep, profound, professorial, discerning, knowledge, lettered, sage, instructed, accomplished, philosophical, conditioned, scholastic, nonheritable, smart, studious, able, well-read, noninheritable, philosophic, well-educated.

Usage examples for learned

  1. From him I have learned nothing. – The Room in the Dragon Volant by J. Sheridan LeFanu
  2. He need not have heard further to have learned more. – The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter
  3. What she knows she learned from her mother. – The Children of the World by Paul Heyse