choosey choosey

Definition(s):

  • (adj) difficult to please

Usage(s):

  1. Almost proven was the cynical theory that all Germans, from Friedrich the Great down, have nurtured a suppressed desire to be understood and warmly approved by choosey Frenchmen.
  2. Generously the great Actor-Manager Sacha Guitry provided for his choosey feminine patrons two LindberghsVoila! Also he entitled his piece Charles LindberghA Heroic Melodrama.
  3. Also, spob, in the act of resistance, don't expect them to be too choosey about who helps them! 533 Says: Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 4:59 pm.

News

  • Neanderthals weren’t picky when it came to sex

    Tree-climbing primitive apes weren’t the only prehistoric swingers. New research suggests that Neanderthals were not too choosey when it came to doing the nasty – routinely having sex romps with...
    on November 20, 2013     Source: New York Post

Quotes

  • "The album was completed and I wanted to do one more song and it was 'Choosey Lover.' [The 'Street Dreams' remix] was my first introduction to Nas and finding out how talented he was," Isley added. "Nas is out of sight. We did two or three...
    on May 8, 2006 By: Ronald Isley Source: MTV.com

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