Definition of Choiceness

1. Noun. The quality of being very good indeed. "The inn is distinguished by the fineness of its cuisine"

Exact synonyms: Fineness
Generic synonyms: High Quality, Superiority
Derivative terms: Choice



Definition of Choiceness

1. n. The quality of being of particular value or worth; nicely; excellence.

Definition of Choiceness

1. Noun. The condition of being choice ¹

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Definition of Choiceness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Choiceness

choenixes
chog
chogs
chogset
chogsets
choice
choice behaviour
choice morsel
choice of words
choice theory
choiceful
choiceless
choicelessly
choicelessness
choicely
choiceness (current term)
choicenesses
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choices
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choils
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choir boy
choir boys
choir loft
choir school
choirboy
choirboys
choired

Literary usage of Choiceness

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1. Modern Russian Poetry: Texts and Translations by Paul Selver (1917)
"I am choiceness of Russian, so stately of mien, The poets before me my heralds have been, I the first in this tongue subtle byways revealed, Strains tuneful ..."

2. The Story of American Painting: The Evolution of Painting in America from by Charles Henry Caffin (1907)
"A corresponding subtlety and choiceness distinguish the expression of the whole. The jealousy with which he tries to keep his art pure of any ..."

3. English Literature During the Lifetime of Shakespeare by Felix Emmanuel Schelling (1910)
"Although the mention of Donne is purely incidental, he is praised for "variety, multiplicity and choiceness of_ thought/' Now this passage tell under the ..."

4. English Philosophers and Schools of Philosophy by James Seth (1912)
"On the other hand, he seems to have felt profoundly the new danger which beset the learning of his time from the tendency to set choiceness of phrase above ..."

5. English Prose: Selections by Henry Craik (1894)
"... him to take out his tablets and set his thoughts down, so it is really the choiceness of phrase and figure that has kept his wisdom from perishing. ..."

6. A treatise on food and dietetics, physiologically and therapeutically considered by Frederick William Pavy (1881)
"Madeira is characterized by the fulness of its body and the choiceness of its ... None will bear comparison for purity and choiceness of flavor with the ..."

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