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  • 1 worthy of choice — index preferable, qualified (competent) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 worthy — [adj] honorable, respectable A 1*, aces*, admirable, best, blameless, choice, commendable, creditable, decent, dependable, deserving, desirable, divine, estimable, ethical, excellent, exemplary, first class*, first rate*, good, honest, incorrupt …

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  • 3 choice — choiceless, adj. choicely, adv. choiceness, n. /choys/, n., adj., choicer, choicest. n. 1. an act or instance of choosing; selection: Her choice of a computer was made after months of research. His parents were not happy with his choice of… …

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  • 4 choice — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Act of choosing Nouns 1. choice, option, selection, determination, pick, discretion; preference, predilection, fancy, penchant; choosiness, discrimination; volition, desire; adoption, judgment; triage;… …

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  • 5 choice — I. noun Etymology: Middle English chois, from Anglo French, from choisir to choose, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German kiosan to choose more at choose Date: 13th century 1. the act of choosing ; selection < finding it hard to make a… …

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  • 6 choice — [[t]tʃɔɪs[/t]] n. adj. choic•er, choic•est 1) an act or instance of choosing; selection: a wise choice of friends[/ex] 2) the right, power, or opportunity to choose; option 3) the person or thing chosen or eligible to be chosen: Blue is my choice …

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  • 7 choice — /tʃɔɪs / (say choys) noun 1. the act of choosing; selection. 2. power of choosing; option. 3. the person or thing chosen: this book is my choice. 4. an abundance and variety from which to choose: a wide choice of candidates. 5. that which is… …

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  • 8 Nicomachean Ethics — Part of a series on Aristotle …

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  • 9 Aristotle: Ethics and politics — Roger Crisp ETHICS BACKGROUND AND METHOD Aristotle wrote no books on ethics. Rather, he gave lectures, the notes for which subsequently were turned by others into two books, the Nicomachean Ethics (NE) and the Eudemian Ethics (EE). There is much… …

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  • 10 qualified — qual·i·fied / kwä lə ˌfīd/ adj 1: fitted (as by training or experience) for a given purpose or condition 2 a: being in compliance or accordance with specific requirements or conditions a qualified voter b: eligible under applicable requirements… …

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  • 11 preferable — I adjective above par, better, choice, chosen, deserving of preference, enjoyable, excellent, excelling, favorite, good, likable, melior, more advantageous, more desirable, more in demand, more pleasing, more popular, more select, picked, potior …

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  • 12 eligible — eligibility, eligibleness, n. eligibly, adv. /el i jeuh beuhl/, adj. 1. fit or proper to be chosen; worthy of choice; desirable: to marry an eligible bachelor. 2. meeting the stipulated requirements, as to participate, compete, or work; qualified …

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  • 13 excellent — excellently, adv. /ek seuh leuhnt/, adj. 1. possessing outstanding quality or superior merit; remarkably good. 2. Archaic. extraordinary; superior. [1350 1400; ME < L excellent (s. of excellens), prp. of excellere to EXCEL; see ENT] Syn. 1.… …

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  • 14 ácorenlic — adj eligible, worthy of choice, likely to be chosen …

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  • 15 eligible — a. 1. Desirable, preferable, to be preferred, worthy of choice, fit to be chosen. 2. Legally qualified (for election) …

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  • 16 eligible — adj 1. fit, proper, qualified, appropriate, suitable, acceptable, worthy of choice, desirable, worthwhile. 2. single, unwed, unmarried, Inf. available …

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  • 17 eligible — /ˈɛlədʒəbəl / (say eluhjuhbuhl) adjective 1. fit or proper to be chosen; worthy of choice; desirable. 2. legally qualified to be elected or appointed to office. 3. of a single person, the desirable object of matrimonial designs: an eligible… …

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  • 18 ex´cel|lent|ly — ex|cel|lent «EHK suh luhnt», adjective. 1. very, very good; better than others: »Excellent work deserves high praise. SYNONYM(S): superior, meritorious, worthy, estimable, choice. 2. Archaic. extraordinary: »... The excellent impostors of this… …

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  • 19 ex|cel|lent — «EHK suh luhnt», adjective. 1. very, very good; better than others: »Excellent work deserves high praise. SYNONYM(S): superior, meritorious, worthy, estimable, choice. 2. Archaic. extraordinary: »... The excellent impostors of this earth… …

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  • 20 literature — /lit euhr euh cheuhr, choor , li treuh /, n. 1. writings in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features, as poetry, novels, history, biography, and essays. 2.… …

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