a thing; an article of personal property.
the past tense of choose
(law) an article of personal property
past tense of choose (q.v.).
noun, (often initial capital letters) 1. the Israelites. Ex. 19. plural noun 1. any of various peoples believing themselves to be chosen by God, esp the Jews A term applied to the Jews. According to the Old Testament, God chose the descendants of Abraham through the line of Isaac and Jacob — the ancestors of […]
[shaw-zeez-muh] /ʃɔˈziz mə/ noun 1. a writing style in which plot and characterization are de-emphasized and people, events, and setting are recorded as though seen by the author through the lens of a camera.
noun 1. (in tennis, cricket, etc.) a stroke made with a sharp downward movement of the racket, bat, etc., imparting a backspin to the ball.
[chop-stiks] /ˈtʃɒpˌstɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. a harmonically and melodically simple waltz for piano played typically with the forefinger of each hand and sometimes having an accompanying part for a second player. [chop-stik] /ˈtʃɒpˌstɪk/ noun 1. one of a pair of thin, tapered sticks, often of wood or ivory, held in one […]