druthers

[ US /ˈdɹəðɝz/ ]
NOUN
  1. the right or chance to choose
    given my druthers, I'd eat cake
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How To Use druthers In A Sentence

  • If I had my druthers children would learn cross country ski skills before alpine.
  • At the least, it might behoove us to accept and make the best of it, rather than whine about our "druthers" and cast about for someone, or something, to blame. Adirondack Daily Enterprise
  • Even if, given his druthers, he'd druther be in Tibooburra, the State foreign legion outpost. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • So while I respect the fact that journalists have a job to do, if I had my druthers, it wouldn't involve me.
  • But every traveler has different priorities, and my druthers may not be yours.
  • If I had my druthers, the new movie would feature - an outright conflict with the Mirror, Mirror universe; rip in the space-time continuum, BAD Federation meanies decide that it's great for their individual and multiple ambitions, and someone invents a giant, planet-sized agonizer. What Would You Like to See From The New Star Trek?
  • If I had my druthers, the new movie would feature - an outright conflict with the Mirror, Mirror universe; rip in the space-time continuum, BAD Federation meanies decide that it's great for their individual and multiple ambitions, and someone invents a giant, planet-sized agonizer. What Would You Like to See From The New Star Trek?
  • I'll take ‘Message In a Bottle’ or ‘Stand or Fall,’ given my druthers.
  • `We were going to play chess, and he would never miss this game if he had his druthers. JANAKY AND THE GIANT
  • Actually, if I had my druthers, I'd totally legalise drugs.
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