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Adjective: patronized  'pey-tru,nIzd or 'pa-tru,nIzd [N. Amer], 'pa-tru,nIzd [Brit]
  1. Having patronage or clients
    "street full of flourishing well-patronized shops";
    - patronised [Brit]
Verb: patronize  'pey-tru,nIz or 'pa-tru,nIz [N. Amer], 'pa-tru,nIz [Brit]
  1. Treat condescendingly
    - patronise [Brit], condescend
  2. Do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
    - patronise [Brit], shop, shop at, buy at, frequent, sponsor
  3. Be a regular customer or client of
    "We patronize this store";
    - patronise [Brit], patronage, support, keep going
  4. Provide money or other resources to support something
    - sponsor, patronise [Brit]

Type of: back up, foster, interact, nurture, support

Antonym: unpatronised