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alternative the choice of one or more options. [2/5 definitions]
categorical imperative the claims of personal conscience in respect to a particular ethical choice.
check-box a small empty square printed next to an item on a form, test, or list, to be filled in with a check or other mark to indicate choice or completion. [1/2 definitions]
check mark a mark () placed next to an item to indicate correctness, completion, choice, or other kinds of verification.
decide to make a choice in one's mind or in agreement with others. [1/7 definitions]
decision the act of deciding, or the judgement, choice, or resolution that one has come to after considering a matter. [1/2 definitions]
diction word choice and arrangement in speech or writing, esp. as a reflection of forcefulness or effectiveness. [1/2 definitions]
dilemma a problem situation that requires a choice between equally undesirable solutions or that resists satisfactory solution. [1/2 definitions]
druthers (informal) preference or choice.
either used to indicate one of two choices or possibilities in a phrase or sentence, the other choice or possibility being indicated by a following conjunction, "or." [1/5 definitions]
elect to make a choice of. [1/8 definitions]
election the act of making a choice. [1/2 definitions]
end up to reach or enter into a situation, place, or course of action as the final choice or outcome.
existentialism a philosophy that emphasizes alienation and anxiety caused by the isolated and unexplainable nature of an individual's experience within an indifferent world, and stresses absolute freedom of choice associated with bearing responsibility for one's acts.
Hobson's choice the illusion of a free choice; choice of one thing or nothing.
inkhorn pedantic or affected, esp. in choice of words. [1/2 definitions]
involuntary not determined by choice, will, or desire. [1/2 definitions]
loner one who stays alone much of the time, esp. by choice or inclination.
long shot in betting, a choice that has very little chance of winning, such as a horse in a race. [1/3 definitions]
mislead to cause (someone) to believe in something false or to make a wrong choice. [1/2 definitions]
option the act of making a choice. [1/4 definitions]