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  3  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Choice  \Choice\,  a.  [Compar.  {Choicer};  superl.  {Choicest}.] 
  1.  Worthly  of  being  chosen  or  preferred;  select;  superior; 
  precious;  valuable. 
  My  choicest  hours  of  life  are  lost.  --Swift. 
  2.  Preserving  or  using  with  care  as  valuable;  frugal;  -- 
  used  with  of  as  to  be  choice  of  time,  or  of  money. 
  3.  Selected  with  care  and  due  attention  to  preference; 
  deliberately  chosen. 
  Choice  word  measured  phrase.  --Wordsworth. 
  Syn:  Syn.  -  Select;  precious;  exquisite;  uncommon;  rare 
  chary;  careful/ 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Choice  \Choice\  (chois),  n.  [OE.  chois,  OF  chois,  F.  choix,  fr 
  choisir  to  choose  of  German  origin;  cf  Goth.  kausjan  to 
  examine,  kiusan  to  choose  examine,  G.  kiesen  [root]46.  Cf 
  1.  Act  of  choosing;  the  voluntary  act  of  selecting  or 
  separating  from  two  or  more  things  that  which  is 
  preferred;  the  determination  of  the  mind  in  preferring  one 
  thing  to  another;  election. 
  2.  The  power  or  opportunity  of  choosing;  option. 
  Choice  there  is  not  unless  the  thing  which  we  take 
  be  so  in  our  power  that  we  might  have  refused  it 
  3.  Care  in  selecting;  judgment  or  skill  in  distinguishing 
  what  is  to  be  preferred,  and  in  giving  a  preference; 
  I  imagine  they  [the  apothegms  of  C[ae]sar]  were 
  collected  with  judgment  and  choice.  --Bacon. 
  4.  A  sufficient  number  to  choose  among.  --Shak. 
  5.  The  thing  or  person  chosen;  that  which  is  approved  and 
  selected  in  preference  to  others  selection. 
  The  common  wealth  is  sick  of  their  own  choice. 
  6.  The  best  part  that  which  is  preferable. 
  The  flower  and  choice  Of  many  provinces  from  bound 
  to  bound.  --Milton. 
  {To  make  a  choice  of},  to  choose  to  select;  to  separate  and 
  take  in  preference. 
  Syn:  Syn.  -  See  {Volition},  {Option}. 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  adj  1:  of  superior  grade;  "choice  wines";  "fine  wines"  "prime 
  beef";  "prize  carnations";  "quality  paper";  "select 
  peaches"  [syn:  {fine},  {prime(a)},  {prize},  {quality}, 
  2:  appealing  to  refined  taste;  "choice  wine" 
  n  1:  the  person  or  thing  chosen  or  selected;  "he  was  my  pick  for 
  mayor"  [syn:  {pick},  {selection}] 
  2:  the  act  of  choosing  or  selecting;  "your  choice  of  colors  was 
  unfortunate";  "you  can  take  your  pick"  [syn:  {selection}, 
  3:  an  alternative  action  "what  option  did  I  have?"  or  "there 
  no  other  alternative"  or  "my  only  choice  is  to  refuse" 
  [syn:  {option},  {alternative}] 

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