Origin of tailor-made
Definition for tailor-made (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), tai·lor-made, tai·lor-mak·ing.
Origin of tailor-make
Examples from the Web for tailor-made
The power ballad “Unconditionally” is tailor-made to soundtrack a Nicholas Sparks movie.‘Prism’ Review: Katy Perry Perfects the Pop Blockbuster|Kevin Fallon|October 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This approach is, of course, tailor-made for local news outlets.
Meanwhile, what should have been a tailor-made dream for a new director general has become a first order nightmare.
The argument over taxes and entitlement programs is tailor-made for Cavuto, whose wheelhouse is financial news.Why Mitt Romney Turned to Fox News’ Neil Cavuto for Damage Control|Lauren Ashburn|September 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The heavily evangelical and staunchly conservative electorate was tailor-made for the ex-Georgia congressman.Mitt Romney Faces High Stakes in NBC Debate With Surging Newt Gingrich|Howard Kurtz|January 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Coffee lighted another of the prisoner's tailor-made cigarettes.Astounding Stories of Super-Science January 1930|Victor Rousseau
Her tailor-made suit was attractive; in a very modern, businesslike way, even coquettish.Comrade Yetta|Albert Edwards
Her plain, tailor-made gown, with its high collar, was the last word in elegance.The Great Prince Shan|E. Phillips Oppenheim
As she spoke she got up and gently brushed some twigs from her tailor-made skirt.The Way of Ambition|Robert Hichens
A woman; a woman in what had but recently been a smart Parisian tailor-made street-dress.The Carpet from Bagdad|Harold MacGrath