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In 175 well-chosen words, he sums up the trials and the grit and bravery of the civil rights movement.

For the record, Earl himself, a man of few words and those always well chosen, never claimed to be the inventor of anything.

And then keep at it—three appearances a week in places well chosen for the leverage gained from being there.

A dedication is arguably the most personal part of a story, usually a few well-chosen words of praise for a parent or partner.

Do you admire, like me, the elastic usage of these fine words, well chosen to cloak our ignorance of everything?

Paragraphs, sentences, and words are well chosen when they serve best the whole composition.

His words are well chosen; they are fit in with cultivated exactitude and polished precision.

His voice was rich, his words well chosen, and he was singularly happy in sarcasm.

I can tell you the gist of them both in a few well-chosen phrases!

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On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to well-chosen, such as: enhancing, fair, welcome, acceptable, agreeable, and attractive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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