She had an instinct for choiceness like a hummingbird, darting here and there for sweetness.
It had such a finish, such a choiceness, such gentle dignity of execution.
Photography is indiscriminate; human art is selective, and is precious as it evinces and secures a choiceness in selection.
Its polish, color and choiceness of language have been the admiration and model of later Castilian poets.
But English luxury, which at first allured me by its choiceness and delicacy, proved to be mechanical also.
He paused a moment, probably to allow me to observe the choiceness of his diction.