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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
custom (noun)
1.
a) a usage or practice common to many or to a particular place or class or habitual with an individual
b) long-established practice considered as unwritten law
c) repeated practice
d) the whole body of usages, practices, or conventions that regulate social life
2.
a) duties, tolls, or imposts imposed by the sovereign law of a country on imports or exports
b) the agency, establishment, or procedure for collecting such - customs
3.
a) business patronage
b) usu. habitual patrons - customers habit
custom (adjective)
1.
made or performed according to personal order
2.
specializing in custom work or operation - a custom tailor
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
custom (adjective)
made or fitted to the needs or preferences of a specific customer
SYNONIMS:
bespoke ( bespoken), custom, customized, custom-tailored, made-to-order, tailored, tailor-made
RELATED WORDS:
particular, special, specialized; custom-built, handcrafted, handmade; made-to-measure
mass-produced, ready-made
custom (noun)
1.
a usual manner of behaving or doing
SYNONIMS:
custom, fashion, habitude, pattern, practice ( practise), ritual, second nature, trick, way, wont
RELATED WORDS:
addiction; disposition; bent, inclination, proclivity, set, tendency, tenor, turn; bag, convention, form, mode, style; usage, use; deportment, manners, mores; drill, groove, jog trot, regime ( régime), regimen, rote, routine, rut; affectation, airs, pose; attribute, characteristic, mark, trait; eccentricity, kink, oddity, peculiarity, quirk, singularity, tic
custom (noun)
2.
an inherited or established way of thinking, feeling, or doing
SYNONIMS:
convention, custom, heritage, prescription, rubric, rule
RELATED WORDS:
ethic, form, mode, mores, norm, principles, standards, values; birthright, inheritance, legacy; folklore, lore, superstition; culture, lifestyle
custom (noun)
3.
transactions or economic support provided by customers
SYNONIMS:
custom, patronage
RELATED WORDS:
marketplace, trade, traffic; free trade; affairs, dealings, horse-trading; merchandising, retailing, wholesaling
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