well-chosen

ADJECTIVE
  1. well expressed and to the point
    a happy turn of phrase
    a few well-chosen words
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How To Use well-chosen In A Sentence

  • These debates have made a successful series, mostly because of well-chosen speakers and lively topics.
  • a few well-chosen words
  • Russian speakers at courtside insisted that, on the whole, the blasphemies were rare but well-chosen. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are also some well-chosen illustrations, very decently reproduced on art paper.
  • Initially his reaction took the form, from an early age, of a series of not always well-chosen amorous adventures.
  • It has three pretty bedrooms, decorated in well-chosen fabrics, and furnished with antiques and pine.
  • Gollancz have done a good job of plugging into this latter phenomenon with a set of well-chosen 'masterworks' series they've a very nicely designed Space Opera series coming soon, which even includes a title by yours truly. How To Create A Buzz About A Book
  • A well-chosen rack of lamb lacked the promised rosemary or any herb in its jus, and two thick pan-seared medallions of pork similarly reneged on the caraway and cider.
  • That feeling is due not just to her unstudied vocal freedom but also to the work of her well-chosen collaborators.
  • Give your look a focus by letting one well-chosen piece be the star. Times, Sunday Times
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