sartor

[ US /ˈsɑɹtɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
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How To Use sartor In A Sentence

  • I am never quite clear on whether all this is sartorial or sardonicDad’s way of announcing that he used to be a punker but is now a middle-school English teacher, or if becoming a teacher has actually turned my dad into this genuine throwback. Excerpt: If I Stay by Gayle Forman
  • Come vecchio sartor fa nella cruna," it is the intensity of the gaze that is present with us, not the old tailor and his needle. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 77, March, 1864
  • 'Sooner or later the young gadabouts will settle down to a more sane level of sartorial elegance. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is also home to the legendary Afflecks Palace from where I have purchased many a pre-loved item in my quest for sartorial elegance.
  • He was a tall man, with a distinct sartorial elegance. The Crossing-Place
  • Since there's little danger of hypothermia when the water temperature is 80 degrees, your chief sartorial concern is not offending other boaters.
  • A unique combination of tact, charm, deportment and sartorial style, he was all one would wish to see in an idol.
  • She was conscious that many women would have seen such a sartorial disaster as comical.
  • Where some saw self-aggrandizement, others saw the sartorial manifestation of a wry sense of humor.
  • By his late twenties, Disraeli's sartorial and social extravagance had left him deep in debt.
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