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317 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[p_ˈa_t_ɹ_ə_n_ɪ_dʒ], [pˈatɹənɪd͡ʒ], [pˈatɹənɪd‍ʒ]
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Synonyms for Patronage:

patronage (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Patronage:

  • patronige,
  • patrinage,
  • payrange,
  • patonage,
  • patronge,
  • dtrong,
  • atrong,
  • partonage,
  • partronage,
  • patridge,
  • partrage,
  • patroned,
  • pakuranga,
  • patronidge,
  • patroage,
  • patronages,
  • partrideg,
  • patrinoge,
  • patrionage,
  • pataronage,
  • apotropaic,
  • patrone,
  • patronaigne.

Quotes for Patronage:

  1. Each of the Arts whose office is to refine, purify, adorn, embellish and grace life is under the patronage of a Muse, no god being found worthy to preside over them. Eliza Farnham.
  2. Character is power; it makes friends, draws patronage and support and opens the way to wealth, honor and happiness. John Howe.
  3. Female schools might be comprised in the list of those worthy the public patronage with great propriety. Joseph Lancaster.

Adjectives for Patronage:

  • patriarchal,
  • conventional male,
  • further governmental,
  • iversal,
  • perhaps present,
  • royal or quasi-royal,
  • squirearchical,
  • mere interested,
  • sufficient national,
  • exalted personal,
  • po­litical,
  • generous and enlightened,
  • quasi-royal,
  • such pecuniary,
  • extensive foreign,
  • more insulting,
  • large and enthusiastic,
  • good and careful,
  • somewhat embarrassing,
  • such favorable,
  • such puny,
  • extensive and important,
  • more intolerable,
  • such doubtful,
  • influent,
  • highly desirable,
  • juiciest,
  • such valuable,
  • avuncular,
  • plutocratic,
  • more intellectual,
  • own especial,
  • compensatory,
  • detectable,
  • carrion,
  • far-sighted,
  • more formidable,
  • more efficient,
  • such strange,
  • political and social,
  • all-night,
  • equivocal,
  • iniquitous,
  • undisguised,
  • subtler,
  • blended,
  • unbearable,
  • insipid,
  • mythological,
  • high-class,
  • grandiose,
  • well-to-do,
  • explicit,
  • fuller,
  • maddening,
  • choicest,
  • minimal,
  • embarrassing,
  • eventual,
  • informal,
  • puny,
  • sovereign,
  • favorable,
  • scant,
  • theatrical,
  • ol,
  • doubtful,
  • persistent,
  • continual,
  • slim,
  • loyal,
  • brutal,
  • peaceful,
  • fantastic,
  • musical,
  • careful,
  • suitable,
  • scientific,
  • innocent,
  • chinese,
  • damned,
  • pure,
  • good,
  • strange,
  • beautiful,
  • presumably vast,
  • common condescending,
  • usually intolerable,
  • conscious and supercilious,
  • profitable all-night,
  • direct and especial,
  • steady and modest,
  • odd and criminal,
  • distant but benevolent,
  • competitive royal,
  • jealous and often treacherous,
  • proper and enlightened,
  • aggressive, exclusive,
  • solemn parental,
  • guernatorial,
  • legislative and guernatorial,
  • irritating and complacent,
  • thoroughly well-intended,
  • tardy and trivial,
  • continual aristocratic,
  • purely ministerial or professional,
  • joint and harmonious,
  • interested and contemptuous,
  • exclusively senatorial,
  • noble and appreciative,
  • usual mature,
  • educational and pecuniary,
  • liberally perennial,
  • active and beneficial,
  • fair and nominal,
  • lavish and interesting,
  • benevolent and discerning,
  • high and most extensive,
  • larger fashionable,
  • contrary, liberal,
  • ecclesiastical, judicial and military,
  • blended heavy-handed,
  • abundant and liberal,
  • tardy and oppressive,
  • friendly feudal,
  • skillful partisan,
  • insufferable aesthetic,
  • intermittent imperial,
  • partial and pernicious,
  • constant and substantial,
  • idle, prosperous,
  • special, social,
  • sufficient verbal,
  • generous, improvident,
  • calm maternal,
  • immense administrative,
  • tolerant, good-humored,
  • welcome and liberal,
  • delightful unconscious,
  • extensive federal,
  • direct and liberal,
  • colored and uncolored,
  • extensive and well-deserved,
  • vast official,
  • true and judicious,
  • royal or official,
  • immense official,
  • judicious and enlightened,
  • official or parliamentary,
  • exclusive feminine,
  • ready and liberal,
  • somewhat self-important,
  • extensive artistic,
  • immense federal,
  • immediate and avowed,
  • public and constant,
  • social or material,
  • grave and contemplative,
  • welcome and generous,
  • usually offensive,
  • slightly offensive,
  • liberal and wise,
  • enormous federal,
  • once indulgent,
  • well-nigh equal,
  • steady and liberal,
  • purely ministerial,
  • necessary royal,
  • kindly generous,
  • papal or imperial,
  • worthy official,
  • somewhat indiscriminate,
  • royal and papal,
  • often treacherous,
  • literary and official,
  • strictly unofficial,
  • much royal,
  • fashionable and wealthy,
  • such parliamentary,
  • slightest pecuniary,
  • extensive and lucrative,
  • great episcopal,
  • direct royal,
  • same inquisitive,
  • high and royal,
  • judicial and military,
  • little aristocratic,
  • present exalted,
  • rather imperious,
  • noble or royal,
  • ecclesiastical and other,
  • generous public,
  • wide new,
  • generous and sympathetic,
  • legal and ecclesiastical,
  • royal and aristocratic,
  • popular and fashionable,
  • more transient,
  • enormous political,
  • usual hearty,
  • large and lucrative,
  • such august,
  • certain unconscious,
  • enormous public,
  • large official,
  • such male,
  • quite unconscious,
  • large and profitable,
  • truly imperial,
  • such haughty,
  • less graceful,
  • certain influential,
  • whole literary,
  • high ecclesiastical,
  • somewhat arbitrary,
  • same liberal,
  • such dubious,
  • extensive and valuable,
  • active and efficient,
  • same royal,
  • such illustrious,
  • less conscious,
  • well-intended,
  • grand-ducal,
  • old ecclesiastical,
  • generous and noble,
  • uncolored,
  • royal and imperial,
  • merely local,
  • almost boundless,
  • merely nominal,
  • much valuable,
  • more foolish,
  • archiepiscopal,
  • such generous,
  • purely political,
  • more sympathetic,
  • military and civil,
  • largest possible,
  • almost unlimited,
  • such minor,
  • less powerful,
  • such public,
  • heavy-handed,
  • civil and military,
  • more congenial,
  • unflagging,
  • more enlightened,
  • such powerful,
  • more profitable,
  • professorial,
  • improvident,
  • such general,
  • self-important,
  • sugared,
  • well-intentioned,
  • high-toned,
  • insecure,
  • complaisant,
  • academical,
  • high-priced,
  • abusive,
  • proportionate,
  • proprietary,
  • burgundian,
  • institutional,
  • discerning,
  • repellent,
  • slavish,
  • affable,
  • departmental,
  • sacerdotal,
  • fatuous,
  • inquiring,
  • redundant,
  • commendable,
  • rarer,
  • contemplative,
  • numerical,
  • easy-going,
  • honorary,
  • unselfish,
  • all-powerful,
  • unbounded,
  • considerate,
  • vaunted,
  • inefficient,
  • indiscriminate,
  • appreciative,
  • partisan,
  • injurious,
  • widest,
  • salutary,
  • fickle,
  • hazardous,
  • inconsiderable,
  • immemorial,
  • adverse,
  • perplexed,
  • eighteenth-century,
  • metropolitan,
  • fitful,
  • ambiguous,
  • congenial,
  • astute,
  • cathedral,
  • improper,
  • unofficial,
  • perennial,
  • more powerful,
  • impartial,
  • parental,
  • republican,
  • suburban,
  • civic,
  • inquisitive,
  • sparse,
  • indirect,
  • weighty,
  • imperious,
  • harmonious,
  • mellow,
  • fabled,
  • sumptuous,
  • far less,
  • missionary,
  • simultaneous,
  • paternal,
  • contrary,
  • consistent,
  • scented,
  • barbaric,
  • nocturnal,
  • educational,
  • fleeting,
  • arbitrary,
  • serene,
  • intolerable,
  • dubious,
  • confident,
  • placid,
  • cultural,
  • little more,
  • mature,
  • temporal,
  • passive,
  • bourgeois,
  • paltry,
  • trivial,
  • discreet,
  • verbal,
  • aggressive,
  • jealous,
  • afraid,
  • experimental,
  • much more,
  • alternate,
  • conspicuous,
  • ponderous,
  • intimate,
  • would-be,
  • selfish,
  • first-class,
  • criminal,
  • ardent,
  • economic,
  • wider,
  • facile,
  • feminine,
  • treacherous,
  • convenient,
  • mutual,
  • slightest,
  • jewish,
  • limited,
  • idle,
  • potential,
  • eager,
  • infinite,
  • smallest,
  • customary,
  • material,
  • cheerful,
  • youthful,
  • lesser,
  • inevitable,
  • smart,
  • graceful,
  • loud,
  • superior,
  • exquisite,
  • fatal,
  • faithful,
  • savage,
  • foolish,
  • weak,
  • distinct,
  • slender,
  • current,
  • total,
  • spanish,
  • mental,
  • western,
  • interesting,
  • stupid,
  • dangerous,
  • precious,
  • genuine,
  • odd,
  • silent,
  • dull,
  • solid,
  • handsome,
  • rough,
  • chief,
  • narrow,
  • late,
  • sudden,
  • cold,
  • main,
  • least,
  • strong,
  • ancient,
  • immense private,
  • almost compassionate,
  • federal and local,
  • certain haughty,
  • highest official,
  • more financial,
  • whole legal,
  • little popular,
  • considerable public,
  • much sweet,
  • vast military,
  • more especial,
  • seigniorial,
  • civil and ecclesiastical,
  • such formidable,
  • more hopeful,
  • manorial,
  • unsolicited,
  • own immediate,
  • upper-class,
  • congested,
  • unbalanced,
  • all-round,
  • grudging,
  • timorous,
  • profuse,
  • patrician,
  • ducal,
  • insatiable,
  • persuasive,
  • transcendent,
  • noxious,
  • tireless,
  • oppressive,
  • impertinent,
  • heaviest,
  • charitable,
  • requisite,
  • swollen,
  • loathsome,
  • philosophic,
  • much less,
  • transient,
  • systematic,
  • spontaneous,
  • desirable,
  • masculine,
  • virtual,
  • sullen,
  • legitimate,
  • turkish,
  • careless,
  • heroic,
  • loving,
  • capital,
  • obscure,
  • definite,
  • japanese,
  • gay,
  • sole,
  • well-known,
  • previous,
  • extra,
  • central,
  • native,
  • familiar,
  • male,
  • so-called,
  • empty,
  • excellent,
  • past,
  • common,
  • grand,
  • capital nor powerful,
  • persuasive and delicate,
  • empty and ostentatious,
  • favorable artistic,
  • auspicious and powerful,
  • liberal and spontaneous,
  • vast federal,
  • quizzical, good-natured,
  • immediate royal,
  • vulgar political,
  • exalted political,
  • liberal and potent,
  • generous and most unexpected,
  • affectionate but somewhat contemptuous,
  • involved congressional,
  • cool and vulgar,
  • little and insufficient,
  • reasonably loose,
  • vast and new,
  • highest female,
  • quiet, refined,
  • somewhat contemptuous,
  • large and liberal,
  • royal and noble,
  • such vast,
  • fallacious,
  • moral and intellectual,
  • unrestricted,
  • good-humored,
  • more extensive,
  • undivided,
  • senatorial,
  • public and private,
  • large white,
  • tenacious,
  • officious,
  • effectual,
  • scholastic,
  • degrading,
  • complacent,
  • own particular,
  • scornful,
  • undue,
  • legislative,
  • bustling,
  • administrative,
  • inspiring,
  • puissant,
  • obnoxious,
  • helpful,
  • aesthetic,
  • detestable,
  • irritating,
  • outrageous,
  • secular,
  • noblest,
  • interested,
  • collective,
  • arrogant,
  • diplomatic,
  • refined,
  • unnecessary,
  • uncertain,
  • sympathetic,
  • adequate,
  • sentimental,
  • promising,
  • colonial,
  • excessive,
  • welcome,
  • inferior,
  • lazy,
  • wealthy,
  • pious,
  • gallant,
  • feeble,
  • formidable,
  • colored,
  • frequent,
  • humble,
  • loose,
  • religious,
  • additional,
  • necessary,
  • extraordinary,
  • italian,
  • grave,
  • moral,
  • more or less,
  • fierce,
  • principal,
  • distant,
  • fair,
  • numerous,
  • fresh,
  • mighty,
  • french,
  • human,
  • little,
  • long,
  • liberal and judicious,
  • such lofty,
  • such extensive,
  • quizzical,
  • more effective,
  • disdainful,
  • pecuniary,
  • reputable,
  • presidential,
  • pernicious,
  • vehement,
  • flattering,
  • languid,
  • scanty,
  • willing,
  • reluctant,
  • extravagant,
  • gilded,
  • moderate,
  • anxious,
  • respectable,
  • european,
  • permanent,
  • professional,
  • absolute,
  • proud,
  • higher,
  • honest,
  • quiet,
  • important,
  • modern,
  • more generous,
  • kindest,
  • insufferable,
  • disinterested,
  • benign,
  • insufficient,
  • cordial,
  • regal,
  • boundless,
  • tribal,
  • canal,
  • playful,
  • hopeful,
  • pompous,
  • hearty,
  • indifferent,
  • naval,
  • partial,
  • ample,
  • perpetual,
  • commercial,
  • subsequent,
  • useful,
  • obvious,
  • grim,
  • minor,
  • cruel,
  • cool,
  • brief,
  • happy,
  • slight,
  • natural,
  • regular,
  • soft,
  • full,
  • heavy,
  • true,
  • poor,
  • increasingly large and well-deserved,
  • royal ecclesiastical,
  • increasingly large,
  • royal or ministerial,
  • rather succulent,
  • more substantial,
  • auspicious,
  • tolerant,
  • congressional,
  • succulent,
  • insulting,
  • courteous,
  • clerical,
  • swiss,
  • airy,
  • protective,
  • everlasting,
  • financial,
  • illustrious,
  • petty,
  • foreign,
  • delicate,
  • warm,
  • german,
  • sweet,
  • more political,
  • more liberal,
  • beneficial,
  • maternal,
  • municipal,
  • potent,
  • enthusiastic,
  • joint,
  • ready,
  • calm,
  • intellectual,
  • wise,
  • larger,
  • secret,
  • double,
  • possible,
  • zealous and efficient,
  • such exalted,
  • unwarrantable,
  • benignant,
  • tardy,
  • feudal,
  • prosperous,
  • artistic,
  • spiritual,
  • former,
  • usual,
  • mere,
  • capricious,
  • nominal,
  • unlimited,
  • genial,
  • honorable,
  • modest,
  • unexpected,
  • intelligent,
  • divine,
  • individual,
  • female,
  • occasional,
  • wide,
  • best,
  • fine,
  • large and well-deserved,
  • so-called official,
  • equal,
  • legal,
  • peremptory,
  • conscious,
  • irish,
  • present,
  • white,
  • corrupt,
  • bland,
  • civil,
  • popular,
  • profitable,
  • offensive,
  • abundant,
  • effective,
  • gentle,
  • well-deserved,
  • lucrative,
  • avowed,
  • episcopal,
  • lavish,
  • influential,
  • parliamentary,
  • haughty,
  • peculiar,
  • british,
  • supercilious,
  • compassionate,
  • zealous,
  • disastrous,
  • affectionate,
  • more and better,
  • ostentatious,
  • substantial,
  • vulgar,
  • proper,
  • judicious,
  • amiable,
  • highest,
  • further,
  • good-natured,
  • efficient,
  • southern,
  • steady,
  • large,
  • constant,
  • entire,
  • insolent,
  • general,
  • more,
  • universal,
  • such high,
  • judicial,
  • benevolent,
  • military,
  • social,
  • open,
  • exclusive,
  • fashionable,
  • indulgent,
  • ministerial,
  • contemptuous,
  • unconscious,
  • personal,
  • sufficient,
  • valuable,
  • national,
  • governmental,
  • august,
  • splendid,
  • enormous,
  • certain,
  • lofty,
  • easy,
  • less,
  • exalted,
  • papal,
  • magnificent,
  • particular,
  • active,
  • considerable,
  • aristocratic,
  • condescending,
  • literary,
  • local,
  • gracious,
  • noble,
  • vast,
  • whole,
  • enlightened,
  • imperial,
  • private,
  • immense,
  • especial,
  • immediate,
  • direct,
  • extensive,
  • powerful,
  • high,
  • political,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • federal,
  • special,
  • generous,
  • official,
  • liberal,
  • public,
  • royal.
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