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Synonyms for choice

Synonyms for choice

the act of choosing

the power or right of choosing

one that is selected

the superlative or most preferable part of something


of fine quality

appealing to refined taste

singled out in preference

Synonyms for choice

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area studies specialists as pre-scientific intellectual Neanderthals, post-modernists as cultic mumblers of an incoherent language, and rational choicers as equivalent to "flat earthers and Holocaust-deniers" (Chalmers Johnson, quoted by Reid Cushman in "Rational Fears," Lingua Franca, November/December 1994, pp.
Rand, whose philosophy of Objectivism helped found today's libertarian movement, was, however, an impassioned abortion choicer.
They found consistent evi dence for primacy effects in choicer, of five favorite types of radio programs from a cardlist of sixteen The reasoning behind the Krosnick and Alwin (1987) theory implies that a longer list might be more susceptible to primacy effects also.
On the surface, he acknowledges only to having talked with Wittgenstein and the public choice theorists, and the poor reader must work awfully hard to see the choicer conversation in the depths.
And he would also, enjoying, among other things, the loose of modern confessional verse, exult in capitalizing on his never-mentioned affair in France, at least its choicer intimate details, and on the daughter it birthed.
The choicer of 77, will affect costs in periods two and three.
This could be due to choicer locations--or simply to a less conservative view of the scene.
The effect of this witty "battuta" is on the other hand completely ruined by Nicolini's replacement of -acium by the choicer suffix -arium.
When it's pitched at me, I tend to laugh and am known to entertain my chums and colleagues with my tormentors' choicer invective.
Choicer lines include: 'You could form an entire congregation based on washing machine instructions' and 'Why do bad things happen to good people.
THE penultimate episode tonight doesn't quite match last week's Ronnie Corbett coke fiend gag, but you might need a straightening iron to uncurl your toes after some of its choicer moments.
DAVID MOYES called him "over fussy" but you could have used a few choicer words to describe referee Phil Dowd after Saturday's stop-start derby.
Early pace is what Well Done Steve is all about and his Scottish owners George Bowers and Tam Mulligan were present to see him flash to the bend in front of Lolos Choicer and Goblet Of Fire.
However this wider choicer has been counteracted to a degree by the Government's decision to reduce the amount that a pension fund can borrow to assist with a property purchase.
Choicer than Champneys, and more select than Skibo Castle, the answer is - home.