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patron

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of patron

  1. 1 a person who buys a product or uses a service from a business a restaurant patron Synonyms of patron account, client, guest, customer, punter [chiefly British]Words Related to patron consumer, end user, user; buyer, correspondent, purchaser, vendee; browser, prospect, shopper, window-shopper; bargainer, haggler; regularNear Antonyms of patron broker, merchant, seller, vendor (also vender); shopkeeper, tradesman; black marketer (or black marketeer), fence

  2. 2 a person who takes the responsibility for some other person or thing the wealthy philanthropist is one of the city's most generous patrons of its symphony orchestra Synonyms of patron backer, guarantor, sponsor, suretyWords Related to patron chaperone (or chaperon); advocate, champion, supporter; angel, benefactor, underwriter; coach, mentor, teacher; cosponsor; cosignatory, cosigner

  3. 3 one that helps another with gifts or money the patron for the museum's current blockbuster is the city's biggest banking institution Synonyms of patron angel, donator, donor, fairy godmother, Maecenas, benefactor, sugar daddyWords Related to patron benefactress, patroness; almoner, almsgiver, philanthropist; altruist, bestower, contributor, giver; helper, subscriber, supporter; guardian angel, protector, savior (or saviour)Near Antonyms of patron beneficiary, donee, giftee, recipient



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