Definition of choosily in English:

choosily

Pronunciation /-zəlē/

adverb

informal

See choosy

‘He is a director of Brighton And Hove Albion; he still accepts DJ engagements, albeit more choosily; and he has an occasional radio show which is syndicated to stations across the US.’
  • ‘Doggie treats are practical and often nutritional - choose your treats choosily.’
  • ‘On ‘Wax’, the voice is an oft authoritative, domineering cadence that choosily enunciates its way through the verbal tapestry of ‘American Dream’.’
  • ‘Mom and I would then go to those markets and buy very carefully, very choosily.’
  • ‘I show that unlike the unemployed, employed workers search choosily, that is choose a non-trivial range of markets to prospect on.’