Like everyone else in America who tries not to patronize the fever swamps, I went "huh?"
He owes it to himself as much as he does to the people he is so keen to criticize, or at least patronize.
People exercise judgment all the time about what products to buy, what media to consume and what businesses they will patronize.
It would be better to patronize him than to be patronized by him.
The gentry did not so often patronize public balls, but this was an exception.
It would be quite odious for me to come talking to you as if I could patronize you.
And you sit there and—swing your foot and—and patronize—and call him a fool.
And had he noticed a little disposition to patronize on two or three occasions?
Edna Keith was older than she, but not old enough to patronize.
Why did you go to the Casino to-night, if you did not patronize the tables as a rule?