Made in accordance with particular instructions or requirements; custom-made.(adjective)
Very suitable: a made-to-order job. (adjective)
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Use "made-to-order" in a sentence
"America has needed a made-to-order rifle that costs less than an acre of land in Florida, and now we have one."
"Courtesy of Frances Palmer Plate by Frances Palmer Frances Palmer has a devoted following for both her made-to-order wheel-thrown and hand-decorated pieces as well as her manufactured Pearl Collection, produced in collaboration with Buffalo China. francespalmerpottery.com"
"At the New York International Gift Fair last month, San Francisco potter Lisa Neimeth showed off her quirky, mostly made-to-order tableware to eager buyers."