druthers


druth·ers

noun plural \ˈdrə-thərz\

: the power or opportunity to choose

Full Definition of DRUTHERS

dial
:  free choice :  preference —used especially in the phrase if one had one's druthers

Examples of DRUTHERS

  1. <If I had my druthers, I'd stay home tonight.>

Origin of DRUTHERS

druther, alteration of would rather
First Known Use: 1870

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