chosen

[ choh-zuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF chosen

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOSEN

It was terrible to be chosen in this way to be the arbiter of Destiny.

After all she was about to begin the work she herself had chosen.

"Because we have chosen what is bad, and do not know how ugly it is—that is why," answered her father.

But she bore trouble in her own bosom, and could find no peace in this chosen land.

Surely, so far, the things for which both he and I were chosen were parallel.

I little thought to find him among the bravest of my own chosen chieftains.

They were every one Christians, these young ladies; none others were chosen.

Have the great men of England chosen you for their advocate?

He could not have chosen a more opportune time to confirm his own undoing.

They must have a hundred thousand men out there, and they've chosen time and place.

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