Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to a client or clients.
  • Of the nature of clientage.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to a client.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective rare Of or pertaining to a client

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sulla didn't want his gratitude, didn't want Aurelia's son in any kind of cliental bondage to him.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • It was expedient towards holding them in perfect subjection, that they should be habituated to obey one person, and that a kind of cliental relation should be created between them; therefore the land, with the slaves, and the people in a state next to slavery, annexed to it, was bestowed for life in the general distribution.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 07 (of 12)

  • The group includes an uber-stylish architect with a burgeoning cliental, a public relations diva who interned in the Clinton White House, a former rebel in her native Armenia who can assemble firearms in the dark and decorate the hell out of a living room.

    Jody Melto: Need Career Help? Recruit It Yourself

  • The group includes an uber-stylish architect with a burgeoning cliental, a public relations diva who interned in the Clinton White House, a former rebel in her native Armenia who can assemble firearms in the dark and decorate the hell out of a living room.

    Jody Melto: Need Career Help? Recruit It Yourself

  • The cliental featured a few mountain men, an androgynous looking bloke high on LSD, a few hookers, some head-bangers, a sprinkling of Sundance refugees and of course John Anderson and his posse imbibing very watered-down drinks.

    Tamara Conniff: Sundance Festival: The Marriage of Music and Film

  • Credentials: Brown is a former pro tournament angler turned operator of a 3-day bass fishing school with national and international cliental from as far off a South Korea, Africa, and New Zealand.

    Favorite Lures of the Largemouth Guides

  • The cliental featured a few mountain men, an androgynous looking bloke high on LSD, a few hookers, some head-bangers, a sprinkling of Sundance refugees and of course John Anderson and his posse imbibing very watered-down drinks.

    Tamara Conniff: Sundance Festival: The Marriage of Music and Film

  • The designers who spur innovation like Thakoon, Yeohlee and Proenza Schouler (the pair) have been hard hit by their supporting cliental.

    Alex Geana: Spring Fashion Week Starts -- Glitz & Glamour to Divert your Attention

  • Packed with mystery and intrigue, the film begins with the mysterious death of Manny, an outgoing, upper-class corporate elite, and the frantic search by authorities to find his killer, with one of the prime suspects being a young call girl, Priscilla (played by Yvonne), who leads a double life as college student by day and tending to cliental by night, of whom Manny was one of them.

    Sakenara Takes to the Silver Screen

  • Once the domain of a few iconoclast, counter-culture adventurers, the Himalayas of today are overrun by commercial expeditions, with wealthy cliental paying a premium to be escorted all the way to the summit by a small army of high altitude Sherpas and western guides.

    Freddie Wilkinson: False Summit: China, the Olympic Torch, and the Politics of Climbing Everest

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