Choice in a sentence

Definition of Choice

Especially good or preferred. | (slang, New Zealand) Cool; excellent. | (obsolete) Careful in choosing; discriminating.

How to use Choice in a Sentence?

  • The knights were then called in, and the choice of the assembly notified to them.
  • It was a choice and satisfactory menagerie, this pensive poet and this gladsome gorilla.
  • The right-hand version shows that the writer has at least made his choice and abided by it.
  • It is very painful to have to tell you these things, but I have no choice in the matter.
  • The place of holding the chapter was undetermined, and was left to the choice of the Master.
  • The majority were for the King staying; time will show whether the right choice has been made.
  • For Bowles was a top hand now, whatever his enemy might say, and he had his choice of guards.
  • The choice of direction made by him was determined by remembering the cypresses of which they had seen the mirage.
  • But it is for the judgment shown in the choice of the poems that the book deserves its chief commendation.
  • Confederate recruiting officers and sergeants were busy in those prisons, offering them the choice between death and life.
  • If the choice be first, before the existence of a good disposition of heart, what is the character of that choice?
  • I wasn't in shape, financially, to have any choice in the matter of a stopping-place.
  • The magician was taken to the ruined castle and hanged, and his son was given the choice of the black powder or death.
  • I claim to have discovered these choice fishing places some seasons since, and have kept them for my own private use and amusement.
  • She wants the reality of her choice and she means "family" while a man too often means only possession.
  • True, there was not much choice for them in their lonely moorland village, which contained a young doctor and no other eligible man.
  • There he was a mere cypher: here he was lord of the ascendant; the choice spirit, the dominant genius.
  • He there says, that the virtuousness of every virtuous act or choice depends upon its own nature, and not upon its origin or cause.
  • As we were short of hands, our captain offered the crew of the lugger the choice of shipping with us, or being sent on shore for trial.
  • The lion has the door open, and it is in his choice to come forth or not; and since he has not yet come out, he will not come out all this day.
  • The direct object of our choice is, not disobedience, not sin, but the forbidden thing, the prohibited gratification.
  • I have to have him back again because the man wants him; don't you see that I haven't any choice in the matter?
  • A choice of these two wires may be made, using an increased winding depth with the smaller wire and a shallower winding depth for the larger wire.
  • The emperor had, therefore, his choice of setting a substitute over the Fehm-courts, or of being himself initiated.

Short Example Sentence for Choice

  • It is simply a choice of risks.
  • Strive for better choice and variety.
  • My choice would be vanilla-ice.
  • This choice created a good deal of surprise and comment.
  • The choice of weapons of course lay with the Englishman.
  • From Menza onwards our rice-bag had a choice of mounts.
  • There is no room for choice now, Pamphilus. PAM.
  • So the young man had no choice but to set out once more for the wood.
  • I mean a cellar largely stocked with choice wines and spirits.
  • On any noise our horses might make we had no choice but to take a chance.
  • I suppose every one compares and makes a choice between the two sisters.
  • And if so, then such a choice is not evil, but a wise and holy choice.
  • This choice was, as is now universally admitted, an incomprehensible mistake.
  • There he has it at his Choice to make any Engagement whatsoever.
  • It would be hard to make a choice between Miss Ramus and Miss Benedetto.
  • Dirty," I thought, was the most idiotic choice of words to have made.

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