- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of opt.
“But Cain opts for a gruesome tale, as he fashions the Mormon residents to be gothic monsters in what must be some kind of personal indictment.”
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“Besides holding photo opts and being a "cheerleader" fo somer prep rallys!”
“Since I travel a lot to shoot footage for our Grannies on Safari television series, my husband opts to not come along because, as he says, "it's too much work.”
“Pat-downs are used when something on the passenger sets off the metal detector, when the imaging technology detects something suspicious on the passenger and when the passenger opts out of the electronic screening methods.”
“But he's afraid to ask us point blank, or to say that he wants to raise energy taxes, so he opts for this subterfuge.”
“Oh, and they think slurs against transgender people are completely appropriate in a show that co-opts a play/movie about the world's favorite fictional transvestite.”
“Most of the companies set contribution rates at 3% of salary or less unless an employee opts to put away more.”
“But what if the well-heeled son in the household opts out of contributing to the family income?”
“If Obama opts to shut down production on the aircraft, it will certainly be a defensible decision.”
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