[ UK /bɪspˈə‍ʊk/ ]
[ US /bʊˈspoʊk/ ]
  1. (of clothing) custom-made
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How To Use bespoke In A Sentence

  • I'm looking at it afresh and applying my findings not only to our bespoke tailoring but to the ready-to-wear collection. Times, Sunday Times
  • I thought we had a good system that couldn't be beaten but we had to rejig the company away from stationery and into bespoke printing services.
  • Off the hall, to the right, is a bespoke kitchen. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bespoke furniture and fittings in each flat are worth'in the region of half a million '. Times, Sunday Times
  • With our online auctions, we can offer something that is bespoke to the vendor. Times, Sunday Times
  • To all appearances he is an alpha-male professional in a bespoke suit, but the hang of his shoulders speaks of a disappointed man.
  • Each room is uniquely styled and many feature antique or bespoke furniture, while common areas include landscaped gardens and elegant drawing rooms with open fires. Times, Sunday Times
  • The focus is on the ethical treatment of animals as well as bespoke veg and fruit bags. Times, Sunday Times
  • The disappearance of bespoke tailoring has been offset by better ready-to-wear clothes and the coming of certain designer labels only the more discerning will recognise.
  • The desire here was not so much to wear a bespoke suit as to find out how much one costs.
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