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choosy

adjective \ˈchü-zē\

: very careful in choosing : liking only certain things

choos·i·erchoos·i·est

Full Definition of CHOOSY

:  fastidiously selective :  particular <choosy shoppers>

Variants of CHOOSY

choosy also choos·ey \ˈchü-zē\

Examples of CHOOSY

  1. You can't be too choosy if you want a job right away.
  2. We could afford to be as choosy as we wanted to be.

First Known Use of CHOOSY

1862

Rhymes with CHOOSY

CHOOSY Defined for Kids

choosy

adjective \ˈchü-zē\
choos·i·erchoos·i·est

Definition of CHOOSY for Kids

:  careful in making choices <a choosy shopper>

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