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
And its clientele in this revanchist effort includes oil companies fearing clean-energy cars and also an auto industry that now sees an opportunity to batten on low oil prices and the consequent consumer lust for gas-guzzling trucks and SUVs.
Kenny Santucci, general manager at CrossFit Solace in Midtown, says that two-a-day-ers are becoming part of the norm for his clientele.
His clientele now includes KAT, James Harden, Iman Shumpert, Lauri Markannen, Donovan Mitchell, international draft prospect Luka Doncic and celebs in the entertainment industry.
The management and the workers there weren’t happy about their clientele—and wanted them out.
In addition, expect to find edgy international shops, like 10 Corso Como and Dong Liang, curating a completely unique retail experience for their demanding clientele.
The clientele is mostly local, though one day former presidential candidate Michael Dukakis came by, and another time actress Rita Moreno gave a birthday party for her grandchildren.
The clientele is almost exclusively from China, and Chinese arrivals to Sihanoukville rose by nearly 200 percent last year.
The first hotel to capitalize on the Plum's in-room potential was the Four Seasons in Silicon Valley, where the pace is fast and the clientele savors the latest high-tech amenities.
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CLIENTELE Defined for English Language Learners
: the group of people who are regular customers at a particular business
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