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clientele (s) (noun), clienteles (pl) (usually used in the singular)
1. The clients or customers of a professional organization or business, considered as a group: As a doctor, Adam's patients, or clientele, include a wide range of different ages, genders, and races.

James is a psychologist who has a significant clientele of people who utilize his ways of solving mental and/or emotional problems.

2. Supporters or eager participants: Jason’s football team at school was always very well attended by a huge clientele of fans who continually cheered loudly whenever the athletes scored a touchdown.
A group of clients of an organization or professional people.
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A group of custors of a businness.
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