Hobson’s choice

Hobson’s choice
Meaning: an apparently free choice that actually offers no alternative.
Example: It’s Hobson’s choice for him; if he don’t agree to follow their rules, he’ll lose his job.

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AuthorSubramaniam writes on 6th March 2018

Dear Sir / Madam, the above idiom on Hobson’s Choice, should read as – It’s Hobson’s choice for him; “if he doesn’t agree” to follow their rules, he’ll loose his Job.

Authorafreen writes on 28th August 2014

like doctor prescription

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