verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Definition for tailor (2 of 2)
noun British Dialect.
Origin of tailor2
Examples from the Web for tailor
One minute the script, the next a story about Ivor Novello's tailor or the Tahiti steamer schedule in the Thirties.
He had a tailor who ran up dozens of the same suit in different sizes to account for slight variations in his weight.
He looked, that dreadful afternoon, as if he had just come from his barber, tailor and haberdasher.The Stacks: H.L. Mencken on the 1904 Baltimore Fire|H.L. Mencken|October 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We should think about mental health more like how we tailor physical training routines.
I also love to go to the market, mostly to buy fabrics which I then take to my tailor.
They were fighters, not models to show off the tailor's art.Millennium|Everett B. Cole
Then it's not a ready-made—you've actually been to a tailor for it?Why Joan?|Eleanor Mercein Kelly
"Cut and finish it just like this one," and he handed the tailor a photograph of Sure Pop.Sure Pop and the Safety Scouts|Roy Rutherford Bailey
A tailor, under the head of 'Ici un parle Franais,' prints, 'Merchant and tailor.
His uniform was spotless, and it was pressed as neatly as if it had just come from the hands of a tailor.The Scouts of Stonewall|Joseph A. Altsheler