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clientele (noun) all the clients or customers of a person or a business.

People, who regularly buy from a shop, a store, etc., use the services of an organization or professionals like doctors, lawyers, etc., are their clientele. All the customers of a shop are its clientele. All the clients of a lawyer are their clientele. The customers of a bank are its clientele. The prestige of a business organization or a professional depends on its or their customers, that is, its or their clientele. The gymnasium has an exclusive clientele. That is, the facility is open to a select group of people.

  • Some may dismiss the astrologer as a mere quack, but look at his clientele. It includes judges, police officers, and even renowned doctors. They visit him regularly to know their future.
  • The bank does not extend its services to all and sundry. It has a very high class clientele. It includes top ranking industrialists, business magnates, and millionaires who enjoy the highly confidential transaction facilities of the bank, and deposit their money in it.
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