- made in accordance with an individual's specifications or requirements: a made-to-order suit.Compare ready-to-wear.
- perfectly suited.
Origin of made-to-order
First recorded in 1905–10
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Examples from the Web for made-to-order
[T]he way the Republicans are looking at it is that they think that Hispanic immigrants are made-to-order conservatives.Limbaugh: Difference Between Cubans and Mexicans is...
January 31, 2013
They really fitted him,—it was his first made-to-order suit,—and he seemed slimmer and better modelled.Martin Eden
It too is divided with some sharpness into a made-to-order or bespoke, and a ready-made section.Women in Modern Industry
B. L. Hutchins
Others were derided by their contemporaries, as we deride the made-to-order coat of arms of some nineteenth century upstart.The Private Life of the Romans
Harold Whetstone Johnston
Therefore the company does not include a horse in the preliminary equipment of a "made-to-order" farm.A Stake in the Land
Peter Alexander Speek
This is a most interesting example of a made-to-order witch pamphlet.A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718