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Choice vs. Chooser

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Choicenoun

An option; a decision; an opportunity to choose or select something.

‘Do I have a choice of what color to paint it?’;

Choosernoun

One who chooses something.

Choicenoun

(uncountable) The power to choose.

‘She didn't leave us much choice.’;

Choosernoun

(GUI) A user interface element allowing something to be selected from a list or group.

‘a file chooser; a colour chooser’;

Choicenoun

One selection or preference; that which is chosen or decided; the outcome of a decision.

‘The ice cream sundae is a popular choice for dessert.’;

Choosernoun

One who chooses; one who has the power or right of choosing; an elector.

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Choicenoun

Anything that can be chosen.

‘You have three choices: vanilla, strawberry or chocolate’;

Choosernoun

a person who chooses or selects out

Choicenoun

The best or most preferable part.

Choicenoun

(obsolete) Care and judgement in selecting; discrimination, selectiveness.

Choicenoun

(obsolete) A sufficient number to choose among.

Choiceadjective

Especially good or preferred.

‘It's a choice location, but you will pay more to live there.’;

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Choiceadjective

Cool; excellent.

‘Choice! I'm going to the movies.’;

Choiceadjective

(obsolete) Careful in choosing; discriminating.

Choicenoun

Act of choosing; the voluntary act of selecting or separating from two or more things that which is preferred; the determination of the mind in preferring one thing to another; election.

Choicenoun

The power or opportunity of choosing; option.

‘Choice there is not, unless the thing which we take be so in our power that we might have refused it.’;

Choicenoun

Care in selecting; judgment or skill in distinguishing what is to be preferred, and in giving a preference; discrimination.

‘I imagine they [the apothegms of Cæsar] were collected with judgment and choice.’;

Choicenoun

A sufficient number to choose among.

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Choicenoun

The thing or person chosen; that which is approved and selected in preference to others; selection.

‘The common wealth is sick of their own choice.’;

Choicenoun

The best part; that which is preferable.

‘The flower and choiceOf many provinces from bound to bound.’;

Choiceadjective

Worthly of being chosen or preferred; select; superior; precious; valuable.

‘My choicest hours of life are lost.’;

Choiceadjective

Preserving or using with care, as valuable; frugal; - used with of; as, to be choice of time, or of money.

Choiceadjective

Selected with care, and due attention to preference; deliberately chosen.

‘Choice word measured phrase.’;

Choicenoun

the person or thing chosen or selected;

‘he was my pick for mayor’;

Choicenoun

the act of choosing or selecting;

‘your choice of colors was unfortunate’; ‘you can take your pick’;

Choicenoun

one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen;

‘what option did I have?’; ‘there no other alternative’; ‘my only choice is to refuse’;

Choiceadjective

of superior grade;

‘choice wines’; ‘prime beef’; ‘prize carnations’; ‘quality paper’; ‘select peaches’;

Choiceadjective

appealing to refined taste;

‘choice wine’;

Choicenoun

an act of choosing between two or more possibilities

‘the choice between good and evil’;

Choicenoun

the right or ability to choose

‘I had to do it, I had no choice’;

Choicenoun

a range of possibilities from which one or more may be chosen

‘you can have a sofa made in a choice of forty fabrics’;

Choicenoun

a thing or person which is chosen

‘this disk drive is the perfect choice for your computer’;

Choiceadjective

(especially of food) of very good quality

‘he picked some choice early plums’;

Choiceadjective

(of words or language) rude and abusive

‘he had a few choice words at his command’;

Choice

A choice is the range of different things from which you can choose. The arrival at a choice may incorporate motivators and models.

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