If they think I'm going to be patronised, or suppress my honest convictions——!
He thought him "a simple sort of fellow" who might be patronised; that was probably why he liked him.
He sadly noted how soon the latter had been erected after the arrival of the women, and how well it was patronised.
"Upon my word, she patronised us," said Lady Sophie, laughing.
Jack patronised Shallow; Shallow aped, toadied, and swore by Jack.
To the best of my judgment, they might be patronised out of the building in a month.
She was patronised by three successive sovereigns, and from William IV.
Gould, who was a bad shot, had bagged five couple, and patronised him insufferably.
Catherine de Medici patronised the manufacture of "Lacis," which was merely darned netting, more or less fine.
One patronised women and instructed them and comforted them, for they were afraid about one.