choice[ chois ]SEE DEFINITION OF choice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOICE
He was the only President to use the choice offered by the Constitution.
But let it—if it must be Lovelace or Solmes, the choice cannot admit of debate.
It asserts that we have the right to choice of our own work and to the reward of our own toil.
He had led Andrew to the corral and told him to make his choice.
We began the 19th century with a choice, to spread our nation from coast to coast.
A choice had been put before her in deadly earnest; she had refused to make one.
Let us see if there be any sense, whether sufficient reason or not in their choice.
But that choice is not thrust upon us by the nature of things.
Between him and her as the victim of the law, there could be no hesitation for choice.
Then she had choice wine, Burgundy and Bordeaux, besides liqueurs, in the cellar.