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Definition of "chose" []

  • Past tense of choose. (verb)
  • Law An item of personal property; a chattel. (noun)

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Use "chose" in a sentence
  • "So it was probably with no small effort that the label chose its newest public “face” — the Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Connelly."
  • "The label chose a winner from over a hundred entries, and posted it, along with three runners-up and seven short-listed entrants."
  • "Sharpe is reported to have criticised the singer's album of hymns, Praise & Blame, saying it's not why the label chose to "invest a fortune" in Jones."