According to Fidel, his father, like his mother, did not become fully literate until adulthood.
Her humor was New York humor, layered and tangy with irony; chewy and Jewish and deadpan and literate.
Then Omar urges all the educated and literate of Afghanistan to rally behind the Taliban mujahideen.
But only the literate imagination can bring them back to life.
Only 13 percent of women are literate (compared with almost 33 percent of men).
The break with the past was a break with its values as these were rooted in literate culture.
Students who were under the influence of literate reasoning had problems.
Every American adult must be a skilled, literate worker and citizen.
Expectation of high figures is an extension of literate expectations.
Pragmatic requirements and anti-elitist political considerations collided with the literate model and a strange hybrid resulted.
"educated, instructed," early 15c., from Latin literatus/litteratus "educated, learned," literally "one who knows the letters," formed in imitation of Greek grammatikos from Latin littera/litera "letter" (see letter (n.1)).