Definition of of choice in English:

of choice


  • Selected as one's favourite or the best.

    ‘champagne was his drink of choice’
    • ‘American whiskey has always been the drink of choice for the fashionable rebel.’
    • ‘No rationale exists for selecting nimesulide as the first drug of choice for fever or pain.’
    • ‘LSD, his drug of choice, soon took over his life and his performance in the band declined.’
    • ‘Tea appears to be the drink of choice for individuals wishing to preserve the health of their bones.’
    • ‘Finally each predicts the hands on the trophy and the winner buys dinner at their restaurant of choice.’
    • ‘The 2.55 quickly established itself as the bag of choice for chic women the world over.’
    • ‘Crystal meth is fast becoming the drug of choice for many looking for a cheap and easy high.’
    • ‘Their drink of choice is lager, and lots of it, but they down a lot of coke too.’
    • ‘Tea is now the Big Yin's drink of choice, having eschewed alcohol in all its forms for many years.’
    • ‘Officers are the snipers' target of choice, so nobody wears overt marks of rank.’
    best-loved, most-liked, favoured, dearest, treasured, pet, special, closest to one's heart
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