man-tailored [man-tey-lerd] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. (of women’s clothing) tailored in the general style and with the details of men’s clothing.Compare dressmaker(def 2).

Origin of man-tailored First recorded in 1920–25 Examples from the Web for man-tailored Historical Examples of man-tailored

  • This morning she wore a man-tailored jumper which, Ramsey observed, clashed with the Sirian-archaic furniture.

    Equation of Doom

    Gerald Vance

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