Word of the Week Wednesday: bespoke

This “Wednesday”‘s Word of the Week is: bespoke.

Besides being the past tense of bespeak.  It is also an adjective used in British English meaning custom-made or made to order, usually referring to clothing. As might be done by a haberdasher.

This comes from an expansion of bespeak meaning prearranged.




About Dan Kingsepp, ACS, ALS
I'm starting this blog to share my thought on the use of the English language and my experiences as a Toastmaster.

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