patronage

317 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

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

patronage (noun)

backing, business, championship, clientele, condescension, disdain, keep going, patronise, patronize, support, trade.

Other synonyms and related words:

Guest, abetment, abide, accept, accompaniment, adhere, administration, admit, advancement, advocacy, advocating, advocation, aegis, affirm, agency, aid, allow, alms-giving, approval, approve, approve of, aspect, assistance, auspice, auspices, authority, back, back up, backing, backup, barter, be behind, bear, bear out, benefaction, beneficence, benevolence, benignity, bias, big-heartedness, bless, blessing, bolster, bolster up, bookable, booking, boost, boosting, brazenness, bridge over, brook, business concern, business deal, business enterprise, business organisation, business organization, business sector, buy at, buying, byplay, care, carriage trade, carry, certificate of character, championing, character, character reference, charge, charitableness, charity, civility, clientage, clientry, clients, commerce, commercial enterprise, comprise, concede, concern, condescend, condescendence, condescendingly, condescendingness, confirm, contain, contempt, continue, continue uninterrupted, contribution, control, contumely, cooperation, corroborate, countenance, cover, coverage, craft, credential, credit, cronyism, cultivation, cure, custodianship, custody, custom, customers, customers collectively, deal, defend, defense, deference, deigning, despite, detain, digest, direction, disdainfulness, encouragement, endorse, endorsement, endure, enlist, exchange, favor, favoritism, favors of office, favour, favouritism, fend for, fill-in, financial backing, financial support, financing, following, fosterage, fostering, frequent, friendship, funding, furtherance, generosity, good name, goodwill, governance, government, grace, grant, granting of indulgences, guardianship, guidance, hand, hands, have, help, helping hand, hold, hold up, homestay, host in himself, humiliation, indorse, indulgence, influence, insolence, intercession, interest, intermediation, job, jurisdiction, keep, keep on, keeping, kind-heartedness, letter of introduction, liberality, line, line of work, loyalty, magnanimity, maintain, maintenance, management, market, mediation, melon, ministry, mount, nepotism, occupation, office, offices, open-handedness, oversight, partiality, pastorage, pastorate, pastorship, patron, patronisingly, patronization, patronizing, patronizingly, patrons, philanthropy, plum, plump for, plunk for, political patronage, politics, pork, pork barrel, power, preference, preferential treatment, prejudice, preponderance, prerogative, preservation, preserve, prestige, pride, promotion, prop, protect, protection, protectorship, provide financial aid, public, public-spiritedness, purchasing public, pursuit, quid pro quo, recommend, recommendation, reference, relief, reliever, remain, repute, retain, right, rise, rural market, safe hands, safeguard, sanction, scorn, screen, seconding, service, shield, shop, shop at, shopping, solidarity, spoil, spoils, spoils system, sponsor, sponsorship, stage business, stand, stand-in, stewardship, stomach, stooping, subscribe, subsidize, subsidy, substantiate, substitute, suburban market, succour, suffer, sufferance, superciliousness, superiority, supervision, sustain, swap, swop, sympathies, sympathy, testimonial, thoughtfulness, tide over, title, tolerance, tolerate, toleration, tower of strength, trade wind, trading, traffic, treat condescendingly, tutelage, umbrella, underpin, vainglory, voucher, ward, wardenship, wardship, watch and ward, wing, youth market.

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.