sartorial
[ sahr-tawr-ee-uhl ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
early 19th century; Latin from Latin sartor ‘tailor’ (from sarcire ‘to patch’) + -ial
Synonyms
    1.
  • tailoring
Antonyms
    1.
  • unavailable
Definition
1. of or relating to clothing or style or manner of dress
2. of or relating to tailors or their trade
Examples
1. A) Many people use sartorial statements to express their personalities. B) The sartorial intricacies of his outfits make him a fashion icon.
2. A) After years of study, he became an expert in sartorial history. B) It takes years of practice to master some of the more advanced sartorial techniques.
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