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This establishment, which was not very extensively patronised at any time, could now boast of but a single guest.
The free seats are well patronised by poor people, and it is to such a class as this that the place seems really advantageous.
The free seats are very fairly patronised, and sometimes very oddly.
She'd see that Inchcawdy canna compeer wi' us; we've patronised her weel in Pettybaw!Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin
Fairbridge looked down upon it, and seldom patronised the shows (they never said “plays”) staged in its miniature theatre.The Butterfly House|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman