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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-chosenˌwell-ˈchosen adjective  SUITABLEchosen carefully and so very suitable good food and well-chosen wines He encouraged us with a few well-chosen words.
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well-chosenBut with a few well-chosen books you can know where to look for the information you need.a well-chosen castThere are many well-chosen examples which clearly illustrate the points Petrey wants to make.It has three pretty bedrooms, decorated in well-chosen fabrics, and furnished with antiques and pine.You should not be tempted by the price alone as well-chosen lilies will give you many years of pleasure.Why not think about your own situation, and then talk about it with a few well-chosen people?It has some well-chosen pictures - and an index.The following dishes depend upon fresh, flavourful, and well-chosen raw materials.Lori dominated the table and Travis urged her on with a few well-chosen words.well-chosen wordsLori dominated the table and Travis urged her on with a few well-chosen words.With a few well-chosen words and a quick sketch or two, Bryan sorted them out for us.I had a few well-chosen words for the driver who pulled in front of me.
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