chooser chooser


  • (n) a person who chooses or selects out



  1. If he did not, if the war dragged into the winter, he might no longer be the chooser of campaigns.
  2. Which brings us to the first message of the CNNYouTube debate: the ultimate power lies not with the question asker but with the question chooser.



  1. "She'sa very exploratory, very risk-taking and very unpredictable chooser of roles, and maybe she felt that reinventing the same character was not going to be as great a challenge as she would like," said Rush. "I knew her very much as a...
    on Oct 7, 2007 By: Geoffrey Rush Source:

  2. Former Labour MP and ex-Father of the Commons Tam Dalyell said: "Michael Foot would have been a first-class Prime Minister, because he was a shrewd chooser of people and an imaginative delegator of colleagues. When I was elected to Parliament in...
    on Mar 3, 2010 By: Tam Dalyell Source:

  3. "I was a manager, I was no longer a picker, a chooser of shows; I would do HR meetings and finance meetings and retreats," Mr. Silverman told Advertising Age.
    on Jul 27, 2009 By: Ben Silverman Source:

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