custom-made

[kuhs-tuhm-meyd]
adjective
1.
made to individual order: custom-made shoes.
noun
2.
a custom-made item, especially of apparel.

Origin:
1850–55, Americanism

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custom-make

[kuhs-tuhm-meyk]
verb (used with object), custom-made, custom-making.
to make to individual order.
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custom-made
 
adj
(of suits, dresses, etc) made according to the specifications of an individual buyer

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Example sentences
When that didn't work, she bought a custom-made gray wig.
Each volunteer twice took an afternoon nap in a dark room on a custom-made bed
  that could rock.
Custom-made boots can be ordered, with fancier skins such as ostrich or lizard
  available for the more extravagant shopper.
The balustrades and ornamental railings each are housed in custom-made plywood
  cabinetry designed to safeguard them.
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