taught (part of speech: verb)
- The night before I had reasoned with myself and schooled my wayward passion to a resolve neither to see nor to speak with her. - "Simon Dale", Anthony Hope.
- Still, so had he schooled and trained himself to live but for England- know no joy and no woe not hers- that by degrees and strong efforts he shook off his gloom. - "Harold, Book 10. The Last Of The Saxon Kings", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- The two ambassadors were well schooled in what they should say, and were promised a large sum of money if they succeeded. - "Captain Jinks, Hero", Ernest Crosby.