The day it is over I will meet you under any condition you choose to name.
And all night you will scream, and all to-morrow, if I choose.
You have us in your power, and you can betray us to the Danites, if you choose.
In other words, I shall not be my own master, and I must go where my uncle and you may choose to take me.
Choose the white cling-stones, known by the name of the "Heath peach."
And humbly accept such countenance as they choose to bestow?
I choose desolation and I mean to stand by my choice like a man.
There is nothing which we cannot do, and will not do, if we choose.
We may, without harm, say that we choose to do this or that, that our acts are voluntary.
The King, my father, told me it was for me to choose between these two.
choose O.E. ceosan "choose, taste, try" (class II strong verb; past tense ceas, pp. coren), from P.Gmc. *keusanan, from PIE base *geus- "to taste, relish" (see gusto). Variant spelling chuse is M.E., very frequent 16c.-18c. Only remotely related to choice. The irregular pp. leveled out to chosen by 1200.