choosier choosier


  • (adj) difficult to please


  1. In this election the Christian Democrats cannot count on the same urgent fear of the Red menace; Italians may have become choosier, and the alternatives are more numerous.
  2. But the country is choosier, more worldly, more fun.
  3. If today's alterna-stars seem infinitely cooler than their predecessors, it is in part because they are choosier about the roles they accept.


  • Putting Ranger Creek’s White Dog To The Test

    “White dog is to whiskey as coal is to diamonds,” said a Slate columnist recently of the unaged spirit—formerly and less flatteringly known as moonshine—that’s been snagging space on shelves lately. To be fair, the base ingredients in moonshine could be almost anything that would ferment—think rotten fruit cut with kerosene. Legitimate distillers, mostly small-batchers, tend to be a tad choosier ...
    on August 14, 2013     Source: San Antonio Current


  1. "He's volatile and pisses people off. That's not a bad thing. We've got some assets now," Tallon added. "We can be a little choosier and take some risks on somebody who could really help. We've had to take safe, solid picks the last four...
    on Jun 21, 2008 By: Dale Tallon Source: HeraldNet

  2. "I'm getting choosier by the day and 2010 will definitely see me slowing down. I want to spend more time with my family," Akshay says.
    on Jan 4, 2010 By: Akshay Kumar Source: Daily News & Analysis

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