Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But they were officers, weren't they, and their uniforms were custom made.

Custom made it necessary for him to room in the fraternity house.

I'll warrant those; they are custom made; but they were too small for the child whose mother ordered them.

Moreover, has not custom made a republic of women separately by themselves?

Yet has custom made it a duty to give some brief account of those who have played their parts in this our little drama.

Custom made him insensible to the evil of receiving recommendations from Buckingham in favour of suitors.

Custom made him insensible to the evil of what it seems every one took for granted—receiving gifts from suitors.

The very excellence of the workmanship, if nothing else, shows that the article is "custom made."

Chinese custom made it impossible for a man missionary to preach to the women.