Definitions

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  • n. one who chooses something

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who chooses; one who has the power or right of choosing; an elector.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who chooses; one who has the power or right of choosing.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person who chooses or selects out

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The infringer -- who steals gags and points bodily -- can be pursued and punished under the copyright law, but the chooser is a kind of sneak thief who works gags and points around to escape taking criminal chances, making his material just enough different to evade the law.

    Writing for Vaudeville

  • The "chooser" in the old Mac platform used to be the kind of thing I could (and did) explain to my grandmother, but the OS X Print Center is a giant, non-intuitive pain the ass.

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  • Now here's the way I once heard a 'chooser' [1] do it.

    Writing for Vaudeville

  • The first appearance of the hairetikos anthropos, the "chooser" of his own way rather than the common sense of the Church, is in Tit. iii.

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

  • Mobile WiFI Stumbler is "finer-grain" than the WiFI detecting and reporting displayed by the "chooser" applications on most WiFI-enabled devices, Biswas notes.

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  • The source of the misunderstanding, Wallace continued, was the name itself, in that it implies "the constant watching of an intelligent 'chooser' like man's selection to which you so often compare it," and that "thought and direction are essential to the action of 'Natural Selection.'"

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  • The two last cases of this misunderstanding are (1) the article on "Darwin and his Teachings" in the last _Quarterly Journal of Science_, which, though very well written and on the whole appreciative, yet concludes with a charge of something like blindness, in your not seeing that Natural Selection requires the constant watching of an intelligent "chooser," like man's selection to which you so often compare it; and (2) in Janet's recent work on the

    Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1

  • The two last cases of the misunderstanding are: (1) the article on "Darwin and his Teachings" in the last "Quarterly Journal of Science," which, though very well written and on the whole appreciative, yet concludes with a charge of something like blindness, in your not seeing that Natural Selection requires the constant watching of an intelligent "chooser," like man's selection to which you so often compare it; and (2) in Janet's recent work on the

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1

  • You can upload photos from your computer, pick them out of your Flickr or Photobucket accounts, or direct the chooser to an online image.

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  • Nick Cannon has worn several hats over the course of his career — actor, rapper, host, Mr. Mariah Carey, chooser of unconventional baby names — but with Nick Cannon: Mr. Showbiz Saturday, May 14, 9/8c, Showtime, he returns to what he calls his first love: stand-up comedy.

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