Synonyms for Choice:


all (adjective)
prize, quality, select, prime.
excellent (adjective)
superior, excellent, above par, ace, fine, superlative, classic, A plus, exquisite, all-star, prime, select, exemplary, splendid, A 1.
superior (adjective)
sovereign, foremost, quintessential, predominant, furthest, commanding, crowning, consummate, chosen, exceptional, maximum, Headmost, leading, chief, best, better, uppermost, senior, ascendant, champion, superior, ruling, zenith, above, A 1, dominant, master, furthermost, controlling, paramount, most, supreme, king, signal, elite, eminent.
tasteful (adjective)
charming, artistic, cultivated, discriminating, classic, refined, aesthetic, delicate, tasteful, elegant, graceful.


obscene, abusive, foul-mouthed, dirty, X-rated, crude, vitriolic, ripe, blue. resolution, have your pick of something, decision making, possibility, conclusion. tremendous, wonder, good, incredible, decent. Possibilities, elect, chance, opening, opportunity, access, scope, break, the initiative, window of opportunity. top, flower. choice (noun)
decision, judgment, pick, discretion, determination, tasteful, superior, prize, selection, election, alternative, desire, volition, prime, quality, option, preference, select.
cognition (noun)
selection, pick.
free will (noun)
free will, responsibility, spontaneity, autocracy.
intention (noun)
policy, procedure, schedule, consideration, wish, forethought, expectation, strategy, proposal, endeavor, ambition, object, approach, forecast, scenario, prospectus, idea, intention, agenda, aim, plan, goal, will, calculation, scheme.
power to select; selection (noun)
opportunity, determination, alternative, free will, judgment, option, pick, preference, decision, volition, election, discretion.

Other synonyms:

window of opportunity, decision making, possibility. opportunity, chance, elect. scope, conclusion, resolution. good. opening, flower. top. break.

Usage examples for choice

  1. What choice have I? – Simon Dale by Anthony Hope
  2. But the choice of the school to which I was sent at nine years old was very unfortunate. – Story of My Life, volumes 1-3 by Augustus J. C. Hare
  3. Your choice is quite free. – Into the Primitive by Robert Ames Bennet