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Noun
The right or ability to choose
“You have a choice between the turkey sandwich, chicken quesadilla, or cold fish head for your flight meal.”
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The act of choosing
“The choice of Governor was taken away from the legislature and conferred upon the people.”
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(usually in the negative) A possible course of action
“You do not have any other choice but to accept our offer.”
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A thing or person that is chosen among a group
“Out of all the holiday destinations you've suggested, Kokomo would be my personal choice.”
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A range from which to select
“The deli has an extensive choice of organic produce.”
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(usually prefixed with "the") The best or most preferable
“Of the cavalry, the king's own was the choice.”
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A number of carefully chosen things
Noun
A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
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The act of seeking assistance or advice
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A person or thing regarded as precious or special
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The power of self-determination
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The action or fact of adopting or being adopted
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A set of intended actions, through which one intends to achieve a goal
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Large quantity
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The faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action
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The thing that one desires or ordains
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The ability or right to express an opinion or make a choice
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The right to vote in political elections
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Candidates from political party
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Opportunity to purchase
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A supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
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Advantage
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An expression of unwillingness to accept or grant an offer or request
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A particular point in events or time
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One expected to win in a competition
Adjective
The best of its kind or class
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“The bar serves some choice oyster shooters.”
Adjective
Appropriate for a given situation
“She would often rehearse the choice phrases she would use in her speech.”
Adjective
(of speech or words) Purposefully offensive
“He was unimpressed and made his feelings known with some choice words.”
Adjective
Delicious and pleasing to taste
Adjective
Something that is usual or standard
Adjective
Carefully selected
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Pleasant and satisfactory
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Adjective
Brought in from another place
Adjective
Marked by levels that are neither too high nor too low
Adjective
Exceptionally clever or talented
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Verb
Select and give a responsibility
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