Thesaurus / tailor-made
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Coffee lighted another of the prisoner's tailor-made cigarettes.

Her tailor-made suit was attractive; in a very modern, businesslike way, even coquettish.

Comrade YettaAlbert Edwards

Her plain, tailor-made gown, with its high collar, was the last word in elegance.

The Great Prince ShanE. Phillips Oppenheim

As she spoke she got up and gently brushed some twigs from her tailor-made skirt.

The Way of AmbitionRobert Hichens

A woman; a woman in what had but recently been a smart Parisian tailor-made street-dress.

The Carpet from BagdadHarold MacGrath

He felt very conscious of his beard and of his tailor-made clothes, for he knew everybody would observe any change in him.

A Spoil of OfficeHamlin Garland

I saw a pretty “tailor-made girl” meeting her friend on the street.

Characteristic dresses of the period are the riding habit and tailor-made gown.

The characteristic of an artificial, tailor-made aristocracy is timidity and a shrinking from change.

Of course a lady might have been to a tailor's to order a tailor-made costume.

WORDS RELATED TO TAILOR-MADE

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