bespoke bespoke


  1. (v) express the need or desire for; ask for
  2. (adj) (of clothing) custom-made
  3. (v) be a signal for or a symptom of


  1. The children simply wind a handle on the radio, and a bespoke alternator converts their energy into electricity.
  2. A bespoke suit goes for a mere $110.
  3. With prices ranging from $150,000 to $2 million, supercars are the bespoke suits of the automotive world.


  1. Women in Anglican education services wanted for Alliance program

    [Anglican Communion News Service] The search is on for women education leaders to take part in the 2014 Commonwealth Professional Fellowship scheme being run by the Anglican Alliance. The seven week course will include: an induction week in London with visits to the Office for Standards in Education, the UK’s Department for Education and a visit to Lambeth Palace. a bespoke day course at the ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Worldwide Faith News

  2. Maydek Ltd, home of bespoke kitchens, buys Zenith bar stools from UK’s largest furniture suppliers, FurnitureInFashion

    FurnitureInFashion, one of the largest suppliers of contemporary and modern furniture in the UK, is pleased to announce that home of bespoke kitchen and home improvements, Maydek Ltd, bought stunning Zenith bar stools from FurnitureInFashion. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  3. Anthony ‘the Mooch’ Scaramucci Opening Awesome New Restaurant for Hedge-Fund Players

    The staff better be attractive. Kobe taco and bespoke cigar-loving entrepreneur Anthony Scaramucci is in the process of raising funds to open a new restaurant for "hedge-fund and private-equity professionals," Bloomberg reports . "The Mooch," along with Southern Hospitality and Destino restaurateur Eytan Sugarman and Morgan Stanley vet Stanley David Barrett, says it'll take $4 million to open ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

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