Definition of choosy in English:


Syllabification: choos·y
Pronunciation: /ˈCHo͞ozē

adjective (choosier, choosiest)




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  • He is a director of Brighton And Hove Albion; he still accepts DJ engagements, albeit more choosily; and he has an occasional radio show which is syndicated to stations across the US.
  • Doggie treats are practical and often nutritional - choose your treats choosily.
  • On ‘Wax’, the voice is an oft authoritative, domineering cadence that choosily enunciates its way through the verbal tapestry of ‘American Dream’.


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  • Clearly, the prediction of greater female choosiness under sexual selection models, and more equal choosiness under reinforcement models, is the least definitive of the three predictions.
  • And yet, despite their choosiness, I wouldn't want to adopt their nutritional habits.
  • Furthermore, the three focal bird species took the baits in very different ways in this experiment, ranging from no selection by color to a high level of choosiness.

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