from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The clients of a professional person or practice considered as a group.
- n. A body of customers or patrons: a restaurant's clientele.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The body or class of people who frequent an establishment or purchase a service, especially when considered as forming a more-or-less homogeneous group of clients in terms of values or habits.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The condition or position of a client; clientship.
- n. The clients or dependents of a nobleman of patron.
- n. The persons who make habitual use of the services of another person; one's clients, collectively
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or relation of a client.
- n. Clients collectively.
- n. Interests of a client; patronage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. customers collectively
Looks like her clientele is already A-list: Lopez, Stefani and Ellen Pompeo attended her launch party at Barneys last month. $295-$1,100 at Intermixonline. com
Like I said, the clientele is almost completely complementary.
This town historically specializing in trailer parkall-you-can-eat buffet fricasees for its foreign clientele is coming of age.
Now you might think her main clientele would be white Goths perhaps?
Servers are dishing out food to a mostly Spanish-speaking clientele from the heating trays along the wall on the other side of the counter.
And if there was, you will note the clientele is not typical.
Back in the day, the Empress was known for its eccentric long-term clientele, who would come out to Victoria during the winter for the temperate climate (Victoria lies in the rain shadow of the Olympic Peninsula and thus has mostly sunny weather).
The island is also easily accessible via ferry from the Mainland which is why is has long been a popular choice of discerning clientele from the Spanish Mainland.
Mr. Sire says tennis appeals to an elite clientele, which is important when building up corporate relations, but also has the mass appeal vital for creating awareness among retail customers because it is played around the world.
His clientele was a mix of both Middle Easterners and also some Europeans.