unpatronized


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unpatronized

(ʌnˈpætrəˌnaɪzd) or

unpatronised

adj
1. having few or no patrons
2. not condescended to
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Adj.1.unpatronized - having little patronage or few clientsunpatronized - having little patronage or few clients; "a restaurant unpatronized by the elite"
patronised, patronized - having patronage or clients; "street full of flourishing well-patronized shops"
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Of these theaters, the Stanley, the Sunset, and the Electra were unknown to or at least unpatronized by me, but the Alpine, Dyker, Fortway, Bay Ridge and, quite a bit farther down Fourth, the Harbor, got plenty of my business as a movie-going youth.
(36) The Sylphid here distinctly echoes Robinson's voice in her prose preface to Sappho and Phaon: "I cannot conclude these opinions without paving tribute to the talents of my illustrious countrywomen; who, unpatronized by courts, and unprotected by the powerful, perservere in the paths of literature, and ennoble themselves by the unperishable lustre of MENTAL PRE-EMINENCE," 16.
Sappho was also, Robinson noted, an inspiration to "my illustrious country-women," who, "unpatronized by courts, and unprotected by the powerful, persevere in the paths of literature."(37)