Synonyms of 'choice'
a range from which to selectIt's available in a choice of colours.
a person or thing chosen or that may be chosenHis choice of words made Rajiv angry.
of high qualityThe finest array of choicest foods is to be found within their Food Hall.
bad (slang), ,
prime, , ,
It was one of the City's prime locations.
a select group of French cheeses
We complimented him on doing an excellent job.
one of the elect few permitted to enter
He is a member of Britain's most exclusive club.
the elite troops of the President's bodyguard
He's got a superior car, and it's easy to win races that way.
The hotel features friendly staff and exquisite cuisine.
sick (slang), , ,
sik (Australian, slang),
hand-picked, , ,
a hand-picked range of timeless classics
schmick (Australian, informal)
The band launch their schmick new CD next week.
You pays your money and you takes your choice [Punch]We human beings do have some genuine freedom of choice and therefore some effective control over our own destinies – Some Great `Ifs' of History]We often experience more regret over the part we have left, than pleasure over the part we have preferred – Meditations of a Parish Priest]As a man thinketh, so is he, and as a man chooseth so is he – Spiritual Laws]
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in the sense of alternative
either or any of such choices
If you don't fancy going on holiday to Malta, we have several alternatives.
in the sense of assortment
a collection of various things or sorts
an assortment of cheeses
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Thesaurus for choice from the Collins English Thesaurus