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- adj. Alternative spelling of choosy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. difficult to please, especially in details.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. difficult to please
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PRINCE: The courts are kind of choosey about which cases are appropriate for a class action, but I think this has all the makings.
Radio 4 does not need to change, but I would suggest that the program schedule's are made more easily available and detailed online - so that those who are more choosey - such as black urban youth, taxi drivers, daily mail readers etc can find the programs that they may enjoy more easily, within the great, same old same without having to challenge their closed sensibilities.
Talk to the Boy Scouts (although, you might note, the Supreme Court upheld their right to be choosey).
His owners say in the past three years, they figure he's stolen about 600 items, and he's not choosey.
If one wasn't too choosey, there was plenty of work for experienced pilots in this Miami, the unofficial capitol of South America, and the two men would sometimes disappear for a week or more only to slip back into their seats, loaded down with $100 bills.
The Army likes to be choosey about which countries it occupies.
It is the vehicles that I am choosey about, and I got to choose our own books, with the help of my children, because I wanted things they would be delighted in and respond to best.
When she befriended Fleta he had been more impressed, for Fleta was exceedingly choosey about her as - sociations.
Our garden consists of just 4 raised beds so it seems like we must be extra choosey about which crops to plant.
But the purpose was gambling - and gamblers are famously not choosey about the form of life that fights for their money.