Speak and write with confidence.

To help you avoid using the same word too repetitively, redundantly, recurrently, incessantly, etc., etc.

Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (adjective) informed

Synonyms: informed Definition: having much knowledge or education Usage: an informed public; informed opinion; the informed customer

Hypernyms: au courant, au fait, abreast, up on Definition: being up to particular standard or level especially in being up to date in knowledge Usage: kept abreast of the latest developments; constant revision keeps the book au courant; always au fait on the latest events; up on the news

Hypernyms: advised Definition: having received information Usage: be kept advised

Hypernyms: conversant, familiar Definition: (usually followed by `with') well informed about or knowing thoroughly Usage: conversant with business trends; familiar with the complex machinery; he was familiar with those roads

Hypernyms: enlightened, educated Definition: characterized by full comprehension of the problem involved Usage: an educated guess; an enlightened electorate

Hypernyms: hep, hip, hip to Definition: informed about the latest trends

Hypernyms: wise, wise to, knowing Definition: evidencing the possession of inside information

Hypernyms: knowing, knowledgeable Definition: alert and fully informed Usage: a knowing collector of rare books; surprisingly knowledgeable about what was going on

Hypernyms: privy Definition: (followed by `to') informed about something secret or not generally known Usage: privy to the details of the conspiracy

Hypernyms: well-read Definition: well informed or deeply versed through reading Usage: respect for a well-read man; well-read in medieval history