sartor


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sartor

(ˈsɑːtə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a humorous or literary word for tailor
[C17: from Latin: a patcher, from sarcīre to patch]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sartor - a person whose occupation is making and altering garmentssartor - a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
fitter - someone who fits a garment to a particular person
garment worker, garmentmaker, garment-worker - a person who makes garments
References in classic literature ?
In a book called Sartor Resartus which Carlyle wrote later, and which here and there was called forth by a memory of his own life, he says:
Still the days passed not all in gloom, Thomas writing a wonderful book, Sartor Resartus, and Jane using all her cleverness to make the home beautiful and comfortable.
When Sartor was finished Carlyle took it to London, but could find no one willing to publish it.
There's a novelty in that, for poetic use at least, so far as we know, though we remember one fine paragraph about it in Sartor Resartus.
He never went to Exeter Hall, or heard a popular preacher, or read Tracts for the Times or Sartor Resartus.
She had never read Sartor Resartus, but she had a womanly instinct that clothes possess an influence more powerful over many than the worth of character or the magic of manners.
At The Melting Pot, Mother's Day meals are always served with mom's favorite - generous portions of family time spent talking and enjoying each other's company," Sartor said.
Kendra Sartor, vice president of brand development for The Melting Pot Restaurants, said, "As we celebrate this momentous occasion, we continue to be excited about the growth and success of The Melting Pot concept.
Oliver Sartor, senior climate and energy research fellow at the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations said public health was also an important factor in properly planning the shift away from coal.
The evening was topped off with a full-contact bout between Stephan Sartor, of Cardiff, and David Sidnell, of Cwmbran, who fought courageously and with tremendous spirit, before the bout was declared a draw.
At ASCO 2016, Sartor and colleagues reported initial findings from an international, prospective, open-label phase 1/2 trial in 44 patients with bone-metastatic CRPC who were retreated with radium-223 following an initial treatment with six courses and no disease progression in bone.