tailor[ tey-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF tailor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAILOR
Yea, like a woman, who deems a man safest when he is a tailor, or a perfumer.
He has the soul of a merchant tailor, actually, but not the tailor's manhood.
Hart Schaffner and Marx had not yet become rural America's tailor.
A suit of this kind should be as irreproachable in fit and finish as a tailor can make it.
He had been a tailor in his time, and had kept a phaeton, he said.
It was quite dark when he entered the High Street, and the tailor's shop was closing.
And all the better, I dare say, for the thrashing he got when a youngster, from the Vermont tailor.
Poor proud girl, she gave orders to the tailor to make it so.'
And, pray, direct the tailor to make yours the height of the fashion.
Madame Boche was going to a tailor who was late in mending an overcoat for her husband.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TAILOR
- be responsible for
- get going
- get together
- lick into shape
- line up
- look after
- put in order
- put together
- see to
- set up
- straighten out
- take care of
- whip into shape