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Synonyms for patronize

talk down to

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be a customer or client of

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to act as a patron to

to treat in a superciliously indulgent manner

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assume sponsorship of

do one's shopping at

treat condescendingly

be a regular customer or client of

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Sindh Minister for PandD Mir Hazar Khan Bijrani admits that the members of representative houses patronize such companies.
In a letter addressed to PCB Chairman copy of which was made available to reporter, he strongly recommended PCB to recognize and patronize wheelchair team for their proposed tour to Bangladesh.
Contrary to popular belief, it's not the economic dregs of society who patronize these places.
1 : to act as a supporter of <He patronizes the arts.
I argued if in fact this woman was correct, she wouldn't have continued to patronize his store, he would have fled, and there was no motive for him to do this,'' Salzman said.
The clearance of slums and rationalization of downtown planning were often interpreted as ways of making urban commerce more attractive to suburban women who might have found a blighted or confusing downtown too intimidating to patronize.
Look-through" technique: As was described, the three members do not patronize the cooperative; rather, their grower-shareholders sell produce to it.
And the more people [who] politely and respectfully make their concerns known to the businesses they patronize -- that they won't be back or that they won't patronize them if they continue to sell porn and pollute our moral environment -- the more opportunity we have for change.
If we do not patronize these companies on our own behalf, then who wilt?
When you discover that companies are doing the right thing by their workers overseas -- and let's keep in mind their treatment of workers here -- be sure to patronize them.
She talked to one of the owners of the shopping center in which the pizza parlor is located, Robert Udolf of Udolf Properties, and explained that a simple ramp would allow the disabled to patronize his center's establishment.
According to a study just released by The Nielsen Company, households with $100,000+ annual incomes patronize club stores like Costco and Sam's Club and upscale mass merchandisers like Target in search of a deal, as well as national and higher-end grocery chains that meet their need for fresh produce, meat, poultry and seafood, along with a great deli section and alcoholic beverage aisle.
Riyadh, Jumada II 4, 1439, Feb 20, 2018, SPA -- His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Defense, will patronize here on Wednesday the graduation ceremony of the 93rd batch of King Faisal Air Academy.