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Sentence count:161+4Posted:2016-07-22Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: choosepreferSimilar words: adoptoptionadoptionhelicopteroptimisticMeaning: [ɑpt /ɒpt]  v. select as an alternative; choose instead; prefer as an alternative. 
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(31) Most holidaymakers still opt for travellers' cheques which are no longer the cheapest means of funding trips abroad.
(32) Many of those who feel they are achieving least, and are most disruptive in schools, would opt for early leaving.
(33) The absolute right of an editor or journalist to opt for a personal hearing before a complaints committee would be removed.
(34) Or, they can opt to block their numbers on a call-by-call basis by dialing star-67 before each call.
(35) Creamy formulations do tend to crease more, so opt for matt powders.
(36) Few or no other routes were available and so it was a most logical decision to opt for the sporting escape.
(37) Clearly then, if the company is to choose one it should opt for the first.
(38) Missions would have to approved unanimously and any member state could opt out of participation.
(39) You can accept this suggestion and opt to make the two objects keep the alignment.
(40) People tend to opt out, criticize themselves, not accept compliments, not make decisions and feel frustrated.
(41) But I would opt for a self-catering package which enable you to take full advantage of the excellent weekly markets.
(42) Dole can opt for some one out of the blue, making a bold stroke and hoping to demonstrate a spirit of adventure.
(43) Employees who opt for the scheme will be expected to revert to their former employment contract once their children reach 14.
(44) If you opt for a childminder, you should: Visit the house several times with your child.
(45) Income transfers, in contrast, allow individuals to effectively opt out of the capitalistic process.
(46) Many patients were happy to opt for sedation or other pain relief instead if the risks involved in general anaesthetics were explained.
(47) The draft student charter would allow students to opt out of their associations and would constrain unions within the law on charitable status.
(48) It can opt for the paralysis of inaction and, thus, remain trapped in a crisis of belief and fear.
(49) For an additional £145 visitors can opt to vacate their hotel rooms for a two-night safari.
(50) If you make regular motorway excursions, opt for the bigger engine-prices for the 1.8 start at £15,995.
(51) The two girls decide instead to opt for a frantic search for their long-lost father.
(52) Of course many will still opt for the country cottage look which remains as fresh and comforting as flowers in May.
(53) Employees will no longer be able to opt out of cashless pay systems.
(54) Yesterday's letter spelled out Mr Patten's concern that councils were helping hostile groups fight opt outs with misinformation campaigns.
(55) Or you can simply opt out and discover some of the best ways to spend lazy days.
(56) The 1988 Housing Act, as we have seen, offered tenants the opportunity to opt out of local authority control.
(57) Equally, however, few can now be persuaded that it is in Britain's interest to opt for deeper integration.
(58) After that, you pay 29 cents per mile or can opt for an additional 500 miles for $ 125.
(58) is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
(59) The sixties had been a very difficult decade to opt out of.
(60) So we opt for cheap grace, and easy targets, instead.
More similar words: adoptoptionadoptionhelicopteroptimistic
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