We had no choice but to act decisively.
Formally express an opinion or choice by vote
A lottery,typically with an accumulating jackpot,in which participants play numbers of their choice in a random drawing.
Nixon remarked resignedly to me that he was playing chicken and that we had probably no choice except to turn on him
Opt(for)refers to the choice of courses of action rather than of items and suggests the weighing up of advantages and disadvantages
How many times have I told you to get to work on time? But my words just go in one ear and out the other. So I don't have any choice but to fire you.
It's both natural and right that young people should have some choice in what they want to do.
But the choice of items here is truly mind-boggling, and some are excellent value
Affected or exaggerated earnestness, especially in choice and use of language.
I fear lest he was too precipitate in the severe choice that he has adopted, and that he repents an irrevocable step