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  • (adjective) - Quite the cheese means quite the correct thing, especially in the matter of costume or manner . . . This phrase is an adaptation from the word choose, and admits the interpretation, "what I should choose." By a sort of double refinement of this expression we hear things referred to as "that's prime Stilton" or "that's Double Gloucester."

    --A. Wallace's Popular Sayings Dissected, 1895

    January 14, 2018