Examples of clientele in a Sentence
- … Gottfried had been complaining for months that our local clientele didn't have the class to appreciate the house. —Jane Smiley, Good Faith, 2003
- The lunchtime clientele at TJ's was polymorphous as usual, as at District Court, though there was a higher percentage of respectable clients here—local business folk having lunch at one of the last downtown bars that served decent food but wasn't fancy. —Tracy Kidder, Home Town, 1999
- The collections shown last month not only had plenty of clothes for the couture clientele to choose from, but, even more importantly, they were loaded with multiple messages for the fashion community at large. —Carrie Donovan, New York Times Magazine, 21 Feb. 1988
- According to the State Department in-jokes, this was the most exclusive place in Washington. For its clientele was made up almost entirely of CIA and KGB agents watching one another watching other people. —Erich Segal, The Class, (1985) 1986
The restaurant generally attracts an older clientele.
Recent Examples of clientele from the Web
After Trump was elected, a different clientele started calling: Democrats.
Previous work stops included stints with the Better Government Association and as a lawyer, where her clientele included many media organizations.
Teneo, whose high-profile corporate clientele include Facebook, Xerox, Unilever, Coca-Cola, and Dow Chemical, charges a steep fee for its services; monthly retainer fees typically range from $100,000 to $300,000.
Its top-tier clientele don't ask the kind of questions a regular customer might when buying a car.
Livestock in those days arrived at Jefferson City's riverfront, whereupon the animals were driven to abattoirs dispersed citywide, thus allowing butchers to slaughter as needed and sell the fresh meat promptly to local clientele.
Architect and interior designer Daniel Romualdez has a roster of stylish clientele and a long list of high-profile projects, but his small, 1,730-square-foot retreat in Montauk is a master class in simplicity.
Its main streets now bustle with activity—children playing, vendors hawking goods in Arabic to the town’s now largely Syrian clientele, who have taken refuge there over the past six years.
Since Hot Chicken Takeover is not serving a clientele conditioned to cayenne for generations, helpful employees walk down the line armed with menus and explanations.
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