choice

All Noun
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  • Info Choice involves mentally making a decision: judging the merits of multiple options and selecting one or more of them. more...
  • The difficulty appears when there is no natural choice of elements from each set.
  • They are used mainly by people who don't have other choice.
  • Both types give good results, and the choice between them is personal.
  • This is not the only possible choice, but it is the one most commonly used.
  • His choice of the church was not however in the best financial interests of the island.
  • However despite this, the choice within the Council remains largely behind closed doors.
  • It is often argued that this is more a matter of social or individual choice.
  • Without a united command the army had little choice but to retreat back to the coast.
  • He forced the city to make a choice between the two leagues.
  • But I've made a choice, so far, to go on this road alone.
  • England had no choice but to build a powerful navy.
  • The piece has also become a popular choice for amateur musical theatre and light opera companies.
  • A variety of forms of school choice exist in the United States.
  • For this reason the unit became a popular choice among those looking to pirate games.
  • He was told through an interpreter he had no choice in the matter.
  • Also, this is the only section that has five instead of four answer choices.
  • Although he was one of the youngest members of the club, he became a regular first team choice.
  • This is studied in the field of collective action and public choice theory.
  • The United States has school choice at the university level.
  • Choices include, how many people will work within the same room.
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Meaning of choice

  • noun The person or thing chosen or selected
    he was my pick for mayor
  • noun The act of choosing or selecting
    your choice of colors was unfortunate, you can take your pick