- n. the state of being choosy
“Most of those people will be wrong for you in some way, but in terms of numbers, online services afford everyone some choosiness, which is an indisputable benefit.”
“Was his failure due to choosiness? he wondered - or fear of rejection, or unattractiveness?”
“The women in this study had no information about the men's choosiness in general.”
“This “choosiness” of cooperators dramatically enhances their probability of success.”
“Mae had to wonder if his much-talked-about choosiness was actually painful shyness.”
“We can always use new outlets for high-minded choosiness.”
“Perhaps a bit more choosiness in sexual partners is called for.”
“This means a material increase in balance sheet," Mr. Dougan said, which the bank views as a "pretty low-risk part of its balance sheet" because of its choosiness and collateral held.”
“There was the same genteel choosiness at work when the American Bar Association was formed in 1878.”
“The Riekert Commission spoke of the "work choosiness" of many”
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