One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Wherever he goes, the Prime Minister adapts sartorially to the country in which he finds himself.’
- ‘Sitting in his sunny front room silhouetted in the bay window, white t-shirt, tartan shorts and sports socks, he is sartorially the polar opposite of the traditional bow-tie and tails combo.’
- ‘Certainly the more sartorially aware New Yorkers adore his stuff.’
- ‘Furthermore could this be an indication of what the sartorially astute ladies will be squeezing into this summer.’
- ‘Fortunately our appearance did not put off our new-found, sartorially elegant friends and we spent three days fishing with them, fishing mini-matches on two of those days.’
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