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

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We do not mean that the tailor made him, but that the tailor made him a coat.
PLAIN ENGLISHMARIAN WHARTON
The indirect object of the verb names the person or thing to or for which the act is done,—the tailor made a coat for whom?
PLAIN ENGLISHMARIAN WHARTON
As for example, this sentence might be rewritten to read, The tailor made a coat for him.
PLAIN ENGLISHMARIAN WHARTON
The Suffraget takes off her tailor made skirt and reveals a pair of fashionable trousers.
PRESS CUTTINGSGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
During the third watch the tailor made a suit of clothes becoming a bride, and put them on the figure.
The hunter killed enough for himself and the tailor, while the tailor made clothes for both of them.
DOLLARS AND SENSECOL. WM. C. HUNTER