tailor-made[ adjective tey-ler-meyd; noun tey-ler-meyd, -meyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF tailor-made
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAILOR-MADE
Brown braiding on a tailor-made jacket does not, however, consort with hay-wagons.
She was simply dressed in a tailor-made gown of white serge.
Everett, I'll wear my tailor-made dress this morning and for lunch.
Sadie had chattered about tailor-made dresses and Parisian chiffons.
Quickly she ran up-stairs and took off her tailor-made costume.
I have nothing to wear but my tailor-made and a white waist, Miss Toland.
When she orders a tailor-made suit, she calls it a coat-and-skirt.
The greenest I see look quite correct and starched and tailor-made.
It's what you would call a princess dress in tailor-made effects.
"Millie ain't goin' back to that tailor-made lawyer's office," he said.