Selected from or preferred above others: the chosen few. (adjective)
Having been selected by God; elect.(adjective)
The elect considered as a group. Often used with the.(noun)
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Use "chosen" in a sentence
"He argues that the unintended effect is not voluntarily chosen (in the morally relevant sense of ˜chosen™ for which we hold people responsible) even though the agent knows that it will occur as a result of his actions."
"The past participle of a transitive verb is always passive except in such forms as _have chosen, had chosen_."
"“Chechen,” most experts agreed, was a term chosen by Russian colonists after the name of a local village that, ironically, bore the name of thirteenth century Mongol conqueror."