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v. chose (chōz), cho·sen (chō′zən), choos·ing, choos·es
1. To select from a number of possible alternatives; decide on and pick out: Which book did you choose at the library?
a. To prefer above others: chooses the supermarket over the neighborhood grocery store.
b. To determine or decide: chose to fly rather than drive.
To make a choice; make a selection: was used to doing as she chose.
Phrasal Verb:
choose up
To choose players and form sides or teams for a game, such as baseball or softball.
cannot choose but
Can only do; cannot do otherwise: We cannot choose but to observe the rules.

[Middle English chesen, from Old English cēosan; see geus- in Indo-European roots.]

choos′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chooser - a person who chooses or selects outchooser - a person who chooses or selects out
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
References in classic literature ?
Crisparkle had been either chooser, lender, or donor of the books, or that he combined the three characters, might have been easily seen in the friendly beam of his eyes upon them as he entered.
Birds is rare choosers an' a robin can flout a body worse than a man.
it must be irrelevant to whether the chooser prefers x or y.
It's fair to say that this new model will keep the loyal Passat chooser happy while tempting those drivers who want a premium car without the premium new price tag to try a Volkswagen for the first time.
MORE than half of UK executives in one of the largest user chooser market segments are eager for the all-new Ford Mondeo's arrival.
In the largest study of its kind, half of those asked and who usually consider lower, upper and executive cars in the User Chooser Barometer survey said they would definitely or be likely to consider the Ford Mondeo as their first choice for their next company car.
I take exception to one thing in "An Epidemic of Meddling": lumping smoking into the category of personal choices that don't hurt anyone but the chooser.
OHIO -- In late February, approximately 13,500 families with school-age children in Dayton were mailed the My School Chooser guide profiling 83 of the city's public, private and charter schools.
They show how the term "consumer" has become a cliche, but carefully reconstruct it from its contemporary emergence, and then its ramifications as it takes on its various forms as chooser, communicator, explorer, identity-seeker, hedonist or artist, victim, rebel, activist and citizen.
Landing on the other choice, the cooperation perch, assigned a larger food reward for the neighbor but none for the chooser.
The exec favourite took top honours in the prestigious User Chooser category, voted for by the readers of Fleet Management magazine.
Administrators can also work within the Macintosh environment, using the Chooser to select in which zone the CD Tower shows up.