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Druthers

[DRUH-therz]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: U.S. English, 19th century

1.

(Usually “one's druthers”) A person's preference in a matter.

Examples of Druthers in a sentence

"I wish my neighbors would exert their druthers to city council about the speed of traffic on our street."

"Raphael would have been an architect if he’d had his druthers, but he ended up a baker."

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