- n. Plural form of patron.
“Dale Ivan Smith grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and works for the largest public library in Oregon, where he has the privilege to work with patrons from a wide variety of backgrounds, including many many immigrants from many different countries, including Somalia.”
“Dine-in patrons provide an important advertising benefit for restaurant owners that dine-in patrons do not.”
“I am seeing a big increase in patrons looking for books on homesteading, raising their own meat, eggs and dairy or creating sustainable gardens on small acreage.”
“Lumley soon understands that Rylance might not be the genius she first supposed but like all patrons is willing to be flattered into believing her mistake was actually quite perceptive.”
“Now, the patrons from the other bar on the block, Bar of Soap, were thrilled to see the ice cream truck, and we all stayed in line and offered our support until our ice cream joneses were contained.”
“Then the staff proceeded to go around, foisting a money-bag in patrons 'faces and loudly asking, "Do you have anything you want to give?”
“They have rich patrons from the underworld too who give them the best mal, hash and money to run the Holy Dhuni.”
“But you be the judge: Dine-in patrons provide an important advertising benefit for ...”
“During the project period, 140 devices were circulated to patrons from the Mid-Illinois Talking Book Center.”
“By the way, of our 3 New Mexico Representatives, Udall and Wilson, an Air Force Academy alumna, voted for the amendment while Steve Pearce channeled Joe Skeen and voted against it (alone, as he was, in voting against removing spying on library patrons from the Patiot Act). mjh”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘patrons’.
Looking for tweets for patrons.