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chuse

[chooz] /tʃuz/
verb (used with or without object), chused, chusing.
1.
Archaic. choose.
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  • Whichever side he chuses, he runs himself into equal difficulties.

  • Every one that chuses comes to see them, and many are invited.

    La Ronge Journal, 1823 George Nelson
  • But all is delivered in plain terms and before everyone that chuses to hear.

    La Ronge Journal, 1823 George Nelson
  • Sir George chuses your laces too, I hope; your gloves, and your pincushions!

    The Belle's Stratagem

    Hannah Cowley
  • And as to coming away at night, you are to stay just as long as Edmund chuses.

    Mansfield Park Jane Austen
  • There's few of them as can meet the last when I chuses to turn it on.

  • Mr Arnold speaks of taking a house in London, where my mother is to have an apartment whenever she chuses to be in town.

  • Her fortune enables her to appear very genteelly in the private manner she chuses to live.

  • Theatrical dancing can exhibit 237 all the successive instants it chuses to paint.

    A Treatise on the Art of Dancing Giovanni-Andrea Gallini
  • I could not be cordial in my invitation, but if she chuses to come no want of cordiality on my part will keep her away.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen

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