Synonyms for customer
Antonyms for customer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUSTOMER
It was a customer, because if he had not been Mr Verloc would have taken him inside.
Through the door left ajar she could see that the customer was not gone yet.
Bar could be light in hand, or heavy in hand, according to the customer he had to deal with.
I ordered twenty-five modern dresses at Laferrire's, of whom I was then a customer.
The owner of the shop appeared, and looked sharply at his customer.
A customer here had some bonds he wanted to dispose of and I came for them.
They were at dessert, and Madame Raquin had just run downstairs to serve a customer.
The customer is robbed of it by two scoundrels who quarrel over the booty.
The blacksmith caught sight of the novel in his customer's pocket.
Said he had a customer, or thought he had, that knew the house well and always liked it.
late 14c., "customs official;" later "buyer" (early 15c.), from Anglo-French custumer, from Medieval Latin custumarius, from Latin consuetudinarius (see custom (n.)). More generalized meaning "a person with whom one has dealings" emerged 1540s; that of "a person to deal with" (usually wth an adjective, tough, etc.) is by 1580s. In Shakespeare, the word also can mean "prostitute."