1 I never saw anyone faint, and I don't choose to make myself all black and blue, tumbling flat as you do.
2 "We don't cheat in America, but you can, if you choose," said Jo angrily.
3 Why, you pile up your hands, choose a number, and draw out in turn, and the person who draws at the number has to answer truly any question put by the rest.
4 "I've made such quantities it would be hard to choose which I'd have," said Laurie, lying flat and throwing cones at the squirrel who had betrayed him.
5 After I'd seen as much of the world as I want to, I'd like to settle in Germany and have just as much music as I choose.
6 I should choose this if I might, replied Amy, looking with great admiration at a string of gold and ebony beads from which hung a heavy cross of the same.
7 She felt excited and strange, and not knowing what else to do, followed a capricious impulse, and, withdrawing her hands, said petulantly, "I don't choose."
8 Love Jo all your days, if you choose, but don't let it spoil you, for it's wicked to throw away so many good gifts because you can't have the one you want.
9 If you choose to take offence at this, leave the house and feast elsewhere at one another's houses at your own cost turn and turn about.
10 When Menelaus saw this he doubted whether to let him choose his own time for speaking, or to ask him at once and find what it was all about.
11 No one shall force me one way or the other, not even though I choose to make the stranger a present of the bow outright, and let him take it away with him.
12 Missis intends you to leave Gateshead in a day or two, and you shall choose what toys you like to take with you.
13 Why my hand shook, and why I involuntarily spilt half the contents of my cup into my saucer, I did not choose to consider.
14 Mr. Rochester obliged me to go to a certain silk warehouse: there I was ordered to choose half-a-dozen dresses.
15 Provided with plenty of money and the passport of an old name, I could choose my own society: no circles were closed against me.