Made according to the specifications of an individual purchaser.(adjective)
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Use "custom-made" in a sentence
""A lot of the struggle that had been going on in prior performances was that we hadn't adjusted to the 'In Ears,'" says Naima Adedapo, referring to the custom-made earpieces that singers often use to balance out sound levels when they're singing with a live band on a big stage."
"Francesco, the wine director at Bibiana, is Italian and oh-so-Euro-chic in close-fitting suits and hipster glasses - custom-made by a friend in Italy, he says one night."
"For artist Simon Faithfull, the anti-heroic banality of this crossing made it a perfect launching ground for his Limbo project commissioned by the Film and Video Umbrella, which transmits and geo-locates, in real time, digital drawings made by Faithfull via a custom-made iPhone app."