Bespoke

A WSJ article on the trending word “bespoke.” Once used only in the tailoring industry, the adjective (meaning “made to order”) has become increasingly common among other businesses and corporate personnel looking to push their product as unique and customized. “Some language purists aren’t happy with this co-opting. Neither are London’s original bespoke artisans,” the article states.

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