clientele

All Noun
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  • Years later the school expanded its clientele and became fully co-educational.
  • They may develop a loyal clientele that will follow them from one location to another.
  • The company's primary clientele consists of small business and home office clients.
  • He drew his private clientele from wealthy or well-connected London society.
  • As her clientele numbers increased she started offering small group sessions in her own studio apartment.
  • Among his growing international clientele, he saw some notable patients.
  • Her well-connected clientele may have allowed her to escape arrest.
  • The club is now opened to a more international clientele.
  • Bell designed houses for a mainly wealthy clientele, which he would continue for the rest of his career.
  • The hotel drew its clientele from all over the United States.
  • His clientele included many high-class customers and night clubs.
  • The business was very active from the start building churches, schools and public buildings for a varied clientele.
  • For a variety of reasons, however, his famous clientele never returned with their former regularity.
  • The group coaxes him into going with them to a night club known for its rough clientele.
  • He was eventually commissioned by major galleries to produce works for their clientele.
  • Necessary facilities were provided for better services to the clientele.
  • His clientele in each club were for the most part musicians on a holiday.
  • Some "librarians" would travel around in order to increase their clientele and make more money.
  • It is a full service writing company with a worldwide clientele.
  • In the 19th century it was known for its expense and famous clientele.
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Words starting with clientele

Meaning of clientele

  • noun Customers collectively
    they have an upper class clientele