freedom of choice
I noun autonomy, call, discretion, enfranchisement, exemption, franchise, free course, free thought, free will, independence, independent means, latitude, liberty, license, option, prerogative, pro-abortion, pro-choice, right of choice, rights, self-determination II index call (option), discretion (power of choice), franchise (right to vote), home rule, liberty, option (choice), suffrage

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