Last modified on 10 August 2014, at 23:15

bespoke

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bespoke

  1. (archaic) simple past tense and past participle of bespeak

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bespoke (not comparable)

  1. Individually or custom made.
    • 2012 August 1, Ed Yong, “Replacement Parts”, The Scientist, accessed on 2012-08-12:
      … others are attempting the more ambitious feat of engineering bespoke human organs from scratch.
    • 2001 October 1, Robin Osborne, “Why Did Athenian Pots Appeal to the Etruscans?”, JSTOR, accessed on 2013-04-25:
      Were Athenian pots bespoke, bearing images requested by Etruscans?
  2. Relating to someone who makes custom-made products, especially clothing items.


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