Chose in a sentence

Definition of Chose

simple past tense of choose | (law) A thing; personal property.

How to use Chose in a Sentence?

  • Although he always chose the sword to fight with, he had never had a lesson with that weapon.
  • Last night they chose the French windows and seem to have made themselves at home in the library.
  • They chose the latter, did me good service, and I said nothing about the affair.
  • The Fehm-count, according to ancient custom, chose whom he would to find the verdict.
  • They were given the choice of what routes to take and they chose the shortest and most perilous way.
  • Fortunately there was her mother's money, hers whenever she chose to ask for it.
  • They could have prevented that war but instead they chose to rid their problems by trying total genocide.
  • What was hers belonged surely just as much to her father, guardian for the little property until such time as she chose to ask him for it.
  • The sunlight seemed to incorporate itself with the woolly fibre, to conceal itself among the work where the shuttle chose to hide it.
  • You probably chose that at 25 florins, and on such occasions the best quality should not be rejected for the sake of a couple of florins.
  • Left an orphan at a tender age, she was thrown upon her own resources, and chose school-teaching for her profession.
  • She accordingly, on her side, made what observations she chose to address to the dignified jeweller in her loudest voice.
  • I am forced to admit that William was at times ill-advised in the hours and places he chose for his adventures.
  • Though she could exercise when she chose a strangely passive attraction, her charm usually failed in the end for lack of intelligent guidance.
  • The tailor chose ten strong men, and told them to await him on the border of the wood, while he went on quite alone.
  • Its doors were open to all, and paper, pens, and ink were profusely supplied for the use of those who chose to frequent it.
  • He chose three men and sent them forward to gain entrance to the fort and to tell Gansevoort that help was coming.
  • The line of attack I chose was that the land was a great public service that needed to be controlled on broad and far-sighted lines.
  • For his first trial, he chose an evening when the moon was shining, and after the hour when the Rockland people were like to be stirring abroad.

Short Example Sentence for Chose

  • On such occasions he chose none but me.
  • I chose my path and must follow it.
  • The great majority chose to die.
  • Gray looked round and carefully chose a seat.
  • A dog once chose to make his bed in a manger full of hay.
  • On, on he went; but it was his horse that chose the road.
  • O' wut some critter chose to feel 'way back.
  • And she chose Reka Dom.
  • But Mrs. Rossiter chose to misunderstand her.
  • He chose three men, of whom I was one, to accompany him.
  • Lawrence chose ten of the Merrill Horse to go with him.
  • The holy Man chose his Opportunity when I was abroad.
  • Just now she chose to step over the dividing line firmly into reality.
  • Nikolai, however, chose not to heed the warning of her expression.
  • As the place, they chose a ground-floor room with a large window in it.
  • It was a path that Gordon often chose when he wanted to be alone.
  • The nature of the mark that Dick chose for experimenting upon was singular.
  • Their Majesties chose another confessor, who remained unknown.
  • A dozen were eager to go, and Lawrence chose a manly looking fellow.
  • You chose to make yourself disagreeable, and stay away, and what was I to do?
  • God in His might chose thee to be The country of the noble free!

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