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Definition of "choices" []

  • The act or an instance of choosing or selecting (noun)
  • The opportunity or power of choosing (noun)
  • A person or thing chosen or that may be chosen (noun)
  • An alternative action or possibility (noun)
  • A supply from which to select (noun)
  • Of superior quality; excellent (adjective)
  • Carefully chosen, appropriate (adjective)
  • Vulgar or rude (adjective)
  • Plural form of choice. (noun)

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Use "choices" in a sentence
  • "Her interpretation of his word choices began with him pulling the switch."
  • "As a result, their sentences may become, in one description, “elaborate, stilted, pedantic, or Germanic” with the word choices forming “a pattern of dependent probability” like the random variables in a statistical chain."
  • "I use the term choices loosely because I think that society convinces us that we have more choices than we really do."
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