druthers definition by Webster's New World
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☆ Informal, Dialectal a choice or preference: if I had my druthers
Origin: contr. ; from I'd rather, with sound influenced, influence by other
druthers definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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plural noun Informal
A choice or preference: “Given their druthers, these hell-for-leather free marketeers might sell the post office” (George F. Will).
Origin: Alteration of the phrase 'd rather, from would rather.
druthers - Phrases/Idioms
see have one's druthers.