The act of selecting
choice, election, determination, choosing, preference, co-optation, appropriation, adoption, reservation, separation.
pick, collection, excerpt; see choice 3, reading 3.
An evolutionary process
survival of the fittest, natural selection, sexual selection, unconscious selection, methodical selection, modification, change by sport, adaptation, Darwinian process, biogenesis, Mendelian fitness.
A variety from which to choose
choice, assortment, range, variety; see choice 2. See syn. study at choice.
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The act of choosing:
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