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Definition of patronize:

  1. To act as patron toward; to support; to countenance; to favor; to aid.
  2. To assume the air of a patron, or of a superior and protector, toward; - used in an unfavorable sense; as, to patronize one's equals.
  3. To trade with customarily; to frequent as a customer.

Synonyms:

rat, patronage, plump for, plunk for, bridge over, plunk or plonk, come over, support, digest, indulge, bear, hold, buy at, indorse, run on, confirm, charitable, favor, patronise, community service, gloat, plump, put up, high-hat, boast, give away, cause, subscribe, donate, hold up, condescend, deign, descend, swing by, sponsor, drop by, endorse, endure, sell, stag, grass, brag, preen, back up, attitude, help, aid, stick out, back, rise, frequent, shit, buy, underpin, advocate, lord, alms, crow, fend for, tell on, over, look in, snitch, substantiate, denounce, shop at, defend, haunt, talk down to, community chest, collection box, champion, talk down, abide, corroborate, shop, keep going, browse, call on, affirm, tolerate, lower oneself, stomach, charity, lord it over, see, go around, betray, call, tide over, stand, habituate, respect, brook, stoop, visit, suffer, parade, pay someone/something a visit/call, sustain, snub, bear out, show off, be full of yourself, flaunt.

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