Clientele [noun]

Definition of Clientele:

customers of business

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Sentence/Example of Clientele:

But your fashionable doctor's clientele, oh sublime Jenkins, consists of that very thing alone.

You cannot be long in its rich little lobby without overhearing struck the high note of its distinctive clientele.

In that it is certainly rough, and is not calculated to favourably impress the more critical of our clientele.

I rather wonder Win or Martha didn't go over and drive away my too-eager clientele.

Here he had slowly collected a clientele of butcher boys, shop girls, drug clerks, and car conductors.

Presently, reviewing idly the gorgeous clientele, his eye rested on a knot of generals.

There were few belonging to my clientele who required less professional advice for the same period than she.

From that small beginning she had worked up a clientele among the artists of the district, which kept her busy every day.

Mrs. Bognor looked upon him as a valuable addition to her clientele, and introduced him freely to her other guests.

This clientele, as he frankly confessed, he had lost from some irregularities of conduct.