Something that can be chosen
choice, alternative, possibility, opportunity, prospect, substitute, special feature, added feature, elective, recourse, way out, loophole.
A privilege to purchase
right, prerogative, grant, claim, lien, license, lease, franchise,
advantage, security, immunity, benefit, title, prior claim, dibs*.
The power or act of choosing
choice, selection, decision; see choice 1, choosing. See syn. study at choice.
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The act of choosing:
The power or right of choosing:
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