In 175 well-chosen words, he sums up the trials and the grit and bravery of the civil rights movement.
The great importance of well-chosen symbols needs no emphasis to readers of the present day.
His small but well-chosen library was placed at my disposal.
But, in general, his words are well-chosen and are frequently more eloquent than the ideas.
Ralph told him what he knew in a few brief, well-chosen words.
Ladies desirous to conceal their obesity had far better rely upon a well-chosen dress than upon this injurious expedient.
The occasion was evidently one which demanded a well-chosen reproof.
All this in well-chosen language, and written with an exceedingly good pen.
Whether my lore-words are well-chosen is a question for the readers mind.
A well-chosen example or set of examples may so completely embody the rule that the rule itself will be superfluous.