Patronage synonyms

pā'trə-nĭj, păt'rə-
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Something which supports. Often used attributively, as a complement or supplement to.
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A mythological shield associated with Zeus and Athena shown as a short cloak consisting of a goatskin. The aegis of Athena is usually shown with a border of snakes and with the head of Medusa in the center. The aegis is more an emblem of protection and power than an actual military shield.
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The act of conferring aid of some sort.
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Patronizing behaviour or talk
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(Uncountable, UK) The business given to a commercial establishment by its customers.
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The definition of assistance is the act of helping or lending support.
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Something granted, especially a giving of funds for a specific purpose:
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Funds or capital provided by investors or lenders.
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The support provided by a patron
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One that protects:
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Something which helps; a material source of help.
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(Countable and uncountable) The aid or support provided by a sponsor; backing or patronage.
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The definition of a recommendation is something advised or suggested.
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The act of making a purchase.
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The act of encouraging; incitement to action or to practice; as, the encouragement of youth in generosity.
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(--- Archaic) A person employed to help, especially a farm worker or domestic servant.
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Approval and support; guiding sponsorship; patronage
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(Music) Musicians and vocalists who support the main performer
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The clients of a professional person or practice considered as a group.
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Plural form of transaction
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The support provided by a patron
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The office or position of one acting as a guardian or conservator, especially in a legal capacity.
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The buying and selling of goods, especially on a large scale, as between cities or nations.
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Trade
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Recently bought goods.
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A yielding in opinion, judgment, or wishes
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Courteous behavior; politeness.
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(Scot.) A listing of particulars
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Official recognition of the rights of individuals and groups to hold dissenting opinions, especially on religion.
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Insolent conduct or treatment; insult.
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The characteristic of being brazen.
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Condescension
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The definition of a subsidy is money or grants given by the government to support a project, business or industry, or a grant of money or financial support offered to fund an artist, project or other endeavor.
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The variety of this activity in which a person is engaged:
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Under feudalism, a service, rent, etc. regularly paid to a lord
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Plural form of customer
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Unfair partiality; favoritism:
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The favoring of relatives or personal friends because of their relationship rather than because of their abilities.
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(Countable) A contest for a prize or award.
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The state or quality of being humble; absence of vanity or excessive pride
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Modesty is defined as the act of showing reserve in behavior or clothes.
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The act of detracting something, or something detracted.
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(Law) In United States intellectual property law, a proceeding in which an interested party seeks to prevent the registration of a trademark or patent.
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The state of being opposed or hostile to another or to each other; opposition or hostility
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The commercial exchange of goods; trade.
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Goods, territory, etc. taken by force in war; plunder; loot; booty
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(US, politics, slang) Funding proposed or requested by a member of Congress for special interests or his or her constituency as opposed to the good of the country as a whole.
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Political life:
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Alternative spelling of backup.
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The position of champion, or winner.
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A patronizing manner or behavior
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The definition of disdain is the act of refusing something because it is beneath you.
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Patronize means to be a regular customer of a business.
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To treat as inferior unduly, talk down to, treat condescendingly.
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(Intransitive) to continue functioning
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