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bespoke

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adjective be·spoke \bi-ˈspōk, bē-\

Simple Definition of bespoke

  • : made to fit a particular person; also : producing clothes that are made to fit a particular person

Full Definition of bespoke

  1. 1 a :  custom-made <a bespoke suit> b :  dealing in or producing custom-made articles

  2. 2 dial :  engaged

Examples of bespoke

  1. <a wealthy man who can easily afford bespoke suits>

  2. <once the last decent-looking woman in town was bespoke, it was time for the luckless bachelor to move on>



Variants of bespoke

also be·spo·ken play \-ˈspō-kən\

Origin of bespoke

past participle of bespeak


First Known Use: 1607

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