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chosen with care, as for suitability or preciseness:
He entered at a well-chosen moment.
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Mix a few
vintage pieces with contemporary items that recall the shapes, colors, and styles of the jet-set era.
Small store has dozens of
wines, many impossible to find elsewhere.
But when the hammer slips, some
swearwords might help dull the pain.
It points toward how it will be proved, giving
examples without unspooling them in detail.
The pattern of a decentralized administration through
state boards has already been supplied.
The mind never unbends itself so agreeably as in the conversation of a
Somewhat shyly announcing an epigrammatic or
It can be a video, or a series of
To me, a
guesthouse has infinitely more appeal than a budget hotel.
No matter, the power of the
, well-placed word excuses almost anything.
British Dictionary definitions for
well chosen when postpositive
) carefully selected to produce a desired effect; apt
a few well-chosen words may be more effective than a long speech
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