Sartorial in a sentence

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Definition of Sartorial

  • Of or pertaining to a tailor or his work.
  • Of or pertaining to the sartorius muscle.
  • of or relating to a tailor or to tailoring
  • of or relating to the sartorius muscle

How to use sartorial in a sentence. Sartorial pronunciation.

Our French acquaintance being in evening dress had perforce confined himself in his sartorial eccentricities to a flowing silk knot in place of the more conventional, neat bow.
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The amiable M. Gaston possessed virtues which appealed to her, but whilst she admitted that his conversation was entertaining and his general behavior good, she always spoke with the utmost contempt of his sartorial splendor.
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While he waited, legs swinging, astride the back fence, he examined his injuries-thoughtfully touched the triangular tear in his trousers, inspected minor sartorial and corporeal lacerations, set his hat firmly upon his head, and gazed across the monotony of the back-yard fences at Clarence.
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I'm not up much on sartorial etiquette.
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To my post also there belongs a uniform and a cocked hat sufficiently dramatic, but persons who serve the State primarily with the intelligence are supposed to have a mind above buttons; and when I decided that my photograph should compete with the Assistant Adjutant-General's, I gave him every sartorial advantage.
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The principal article of commerce seemed to be black-calico "funeral suits," a sartorial novelty to me.
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Apparently, Stephen, he's a votary of Mars and pants for carnage; but in reality he continues to remain the sartorial artist whose pants are more politely emitted.
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The "artists" developed in this field of art are the tonsorial, the sartorial, and all those specialized adorners of the body commonly known as "beauty doctors.
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At this point the sartorial offender turned.
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The house is that of a prosperous and well-placed citizen, and speaks of the senatorial quality in his family which Heine says he was fond of recalling, rather than the sartorial quality of the ancestor who, again as Heine says, mended the Republic's breeches.
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Here I must needs begin to realise and justly appreciate how very much I had owed in the past to the excellence of my tailor, for, clothed in the dignity of broadcloth and fine linen I had unconsciously lived up to them and walked serene, accustomed to such deference as they inspired and accepting it as my due; but stripped of these sartorial aids and embellishings, who was to recognise the aristocrat?
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It was droll to listen to this sartorial discourse, when at least two hundred thousand men lay dead and wounded from that day's fight on the soil of France.
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I cannot go back home to New York and face other and older members of the When-I-Was-in-London Club without some sartorial credentials to show for my trip.
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Examples of Sartorial

Example #1
He was already upon delightfully friendly terms with the frigid Exel and the aristocratic Sir Brian Malpas.
Example #2
The smoking-room was fairly full, but a corner near the big open grate had just been vacated, and here, about a round table, the four disposed themselves.
Example #3
Of the shrewd Scotsman she had formed the poorest opinion; and indeed she never had been known to express admiration for, or even the slightest confidence in, any man breathing.
Example #4
She had had one interview with Inspector Dunbar, merely in order that she might give personal testimony to the fact that Mira Leroux had not visited her that year in Paris.
Example #5
The cat eyed him disrespectfully, paws tucked under, tail curled up against his well-fed flank-disillusioned, disgusted, unapproachable.
Example #6
He added to himself: "I'm going mad rapidly and I know it and don't care....