Definitions

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  • v. make to specifications

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The desk is made up of sawhorse legs, which you can buy and custom-make a top in the material and size of your choice.

    An Unoffice-y Office

  • Bailey has been known to custom-make tuxedos for Hollywood celebrities for red carpet events.

    Blue Carreon: What About Prince William's Wedding Outfit?

  • One of her customers was in fact Boing's own Cory Doctorow, who had her custom-make a pair of crypto-device wedding rings.

    Boing Boing

  • If an appropriate app doesn't exist, AT&T will custom-make one.

    AT&T's Mobile Apps Push

  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal, Styling by Anne Cardenas PARTY FAVOR What lady wouldn ' t love a one-of-a-kind party clutch from Paige Gamble, who will custom-make a bag in virtually any skin (in any hue) adorned with any stone, from pyrite to Brazilian agate (or one you provide).

    The Not Last-Minute Gift Guide

  • If you had a fabber, you could custom-make shoes that perfectly fit your feet.

    The Desktop Factory | Impact Lab

  • The conductor was a notorious fast-car addict, and he had a long-standing predilection for Porsches, to the point where, in 1975, he could have the company custom-make a unique 911 RS Turbo for his personal use.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • I custom-make exercises to address those concerns and over the course of the week we put these new techniques into practice.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » INTERVIEW: Donald Maass, Part 2

  • Some biologists argue that anyone wishing to custom-make new organisms, even if it's just glow-in-the-dark bacteria (a popular trick among biohackers), should have to get a license first.

    In Attics and Closets, 'Biohackers'

  • Aljuhani's vivacious personality has won over some of the biggest names in fashion and persuaded designers like Michel Klein and Martine Sitbon to custom-make abayas for her store, and Diane von Furstenberg and Proenza Schouler to produce longer versions of their short-skirted styles.

    Establishing A New Kind Of Modern

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