Synonyms of choice in English:

choice


See definition of choice

noun

1‘the voters' choice of candidate’

SYNONYMS

selection, choosing, picking

election, adoption, nomination

decision, say, vote, preference, pick

2‘you must trust me—you have no other choice’

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option, alternative, possibility, possible course of action

solution, answer, way out

3‘an extensive choice of wines, spirits, and beers’

SYNONYMS

range, variety, selection, assortment

array, display

4‘John would have been the perfect choice’

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appointee

nominee, candidate, selection


adjective

1‘choice plums’

SYNONYMS

superior, first-class, first-rate, prime, premier, grade A, best, finest, excellent, select, quality, high-quality, top, top-quality, high-grade, of the first water, prize, special, exclusive, hand-picked, carefully chosen, vintage, fine

British top of the range

US top of the line

par excellence

informal tip-top, A1, top-notch, plum

ANTONYMS

inferior, mediocre

2‘she had often rehearsed the choice phrases she would use’

SYNONYMS

well chosen, well put, well expressed

appropriate, apposite, apt, fit, felicitous

3‘a few choice words that he usually saved for the traffic warden’

SYNONYMS

rude, abusive, insulting, offensive, unprintable

ANTONYMS

polite


Phrases

    by choice

      ‘by default, if not by choice, they quickly learn to develop the art of the trickster’

      SYNONYMS

      voluntarily, of one's own accord, of one's own free will, of one's own volition, of one's own choice, of one's own choosing, by preference

      willingly, readily, freely, intentionally, deliberately, on purpose, purposely, spontaneously, without being asked, without being forced, without hesitation, without reluctance

      gladly, with pleasure, with good grace, eagerly, enthusiastically

      ANTONYMS

      reluctantly, under duress