Thesaurus

choose

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of choose

  1. 1 to decide to accept (someone or something) from a group of possibilities choose a computer that best suits your needs Synonyms of choose cherry-pick, cull, elect, handpick, name, opt (for), pick, prefer, select, single (out), tag, take Words Related to choose preselect; appoint, designate, fix, mark, nominate, set, tab, tap; accept, adopt, embrace, espouse; settle (on or upon) Near Antonyms of choose disapprove, negative, repudiate, spurn; discard, jettison, throw away, throw out Antonyms of choose decline, refuse, reject, turn down

  2. 2 to see fit you can wear whatever you choose to the party Synonyms of choose like, please, want, will, wish Words Related to choose ache (for), covet, crave, desire, die (for), fancy, hanker (for), hunger (for), itch (for), long (for), lust (for or after), pant (after), pine (for), repine (for), sigh (for), thirst (for), yearn (for); decide, determine, resolve

  3. 3 to come to a judgment about after discussion or consideration chose to write on a controversial topic for the local newspaper Synonyms of choose decide, conclude, determine, figure, name, opt, resolve, settle (on or upon)Words Related to choose decree, rule; cull, elect, handpick, pick, prefer, select, single (out); adjudge, adjudicate, arbitrate, find, judge, referee, rule (on), umpire; chew over, cogitate, consider, contemplate, debate, deliberate, entertain, meditate, mull (over), ponder, question, ruminate, study, think (about or over), weighNear Antonyms of choose abstain, decline, refuse, reject, turn down; delay, halt, hesitate, stall, temporize; shilly-shally, vacillate, waffle, waver



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