Definition of of one's choice in US English:

of one's choice


  • That one chooses or has chosen.

    ‘the college of her choice’
    • ‘And I, uh, gave lots of money to the religion of my choice, AND their chosen political party.’
    • ‘The mother, named only as Sheila, spoke of her dilemma as she described how delighted her daughter was when she found she had received a place in the college of her choice in a different part of the country.’
    • ‘For many the news will be good, confirming that they can now go to the university or college of their choice.’
    • ‘Today I come out of my own will to choose freely the candidate of my choice for the first and last time in my life.’
    • ‘So even if your child does everything right, she or he may not get into the college of their choice.’
    • ‘Apparently it's all about people's right to choose the sausage roll of their choice.’
    • ‘Only students who have passed both tests can enroll in the college of their choice.’
    • ‘In short, hers is the power to choose the mate of her choice.’
    • ‘Some of the questions they ask range from potential college majors to schools of your choice.’
    • ‘I thought it would be something lame, but the moment everyone was in the classroom, our teacher led us outside and told us to choose a weapon of our choice.’