Definition of Method of choice

1. Noun. The best method to achieve a desired result.

Generic synonyms: Method



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Method Of Choice

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methionyl dipeptidase
methionyls
methiothepin
methisazone
methitural
methixene hydrochloride
metho
metho-
methocarbamol
method
method acting
method actor
method of accounting
method of choice (current term)
method of fluxions
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Literary usage of Method of choice

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1905)
"The Method of Choice as a Mass Experiment. Object: (i) To ascertain the influence of smiling and sober faces upon the comic impression. ..."

2. University of Toronto Studies by University of Toronto (1900)
"(3) The Method of Choice. The second is really a method of choice ... The method of choice is the one employed by Fechner himself. ..."

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