Noun(1) a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
Verb(1) adjust to a specific need or market(2) style and tailor in a certain fashion(3) create (clothes
(1) One other angler I've spoken to had a good catch of greenback tailor , also from the South Wall.(2) Kids will go mad for something like this and you can tailor the clothing to a girl or a boy.(3) One can only tailor a jacket according to the piece of cloth available.(4) One spot that responded with some nice fish was the lagoon at Lennox Head, where there were some nice tailor and at least one good king fish taken at high tide.(5) If I could tailor clothes, I'd make it live, but my sewing skills are rudimentary and extremely time-consuming.(6) Hopefully next week I will have many good reports of tailor and bream, maybe even blackfish, as the season is about to begin in earnest.(7) Lennox Head and Seven Mile have reports of whiting, bream, tailor and jew.(8) I guess the fish will never be like the old days when catches of bream and tailor numbered into the hundreds.(9) There are garfish, tailor and bream around the headland whereas off shore the odd snapper or dolphin fish is being picked up.(10) The moderately rough seas and the discoloured water certainly made the conditions ideal and several mixed catches of tailor , bream and jewfish were taken.(11) Chances are your tailor has made thousands of suits and he knows what he's doing, nevertheless, ask questions and provide feedback.(12) We often associate Easter with the start of the better tailor , bream and blackfish fishing, and indications already are that this is happening.(13) Good tailor and bream numbers are being reported between Brunswick and Tweed Heads.(14) The window will have to be fixed, which gives business to the glazier, who will use it to buy a suit, helping the tailor , and so on.(15) Surely you can only tailor a jacket according to the size of the cloth available.(16) Anzac Day should see the early signs of the winter fish - bream, blackfish and tailor .
(1) tailor-made :: skræddersyet
1. outfitter ::
2. sartor ::
3. customize ::
4. sew ::
5. orient ::
6. cut ::
Different Formstailor, tailored, tailoring, tailors
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