Definition of choicely in English:

choicely

Pronunciation /ˈCHoislē/ /ˈtʃɔɪsli/

adverb

See choice

‘A choicely clad company has assembled under a colonnaide, their glossy-faced children as if chipped from roseate pearl, their spaniel dogs straight out of a scene painted by Metsu or Terborch.’
  • ‘However she had to settle for second place behind the choicely bred Salthill (Frisby Flashing-Rahan Bridge) who was also making his racing debut.’
  • ‘The third race on Friday last was such an event with six choicely bred youngsters making their racing debuts.’
  • ‘The first and fifth races saw smashing displays by choicely bred newcomers.’
  • ‘That said, a few choicely worded bits of political dogma does not a great governor make.’