Definition of spoiled for choice
- (chiefly British) Customers are spoiled for choice when buying a new car.
: plunder taken from an enemy in war or from a victim in robbery : loot
: public offices made the property of a successful party
: something valuable or desirable gained through special effort or opportunism or in return for a favor
: despoil, strip
: pillage, rob
: to seize by force
: the act of choosing : selection
: power of choosing : option
: the best part : cream
: worthy of being chosen
: selected with care
: of high quality
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