patron[ pey-truh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF patron
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PATRON
But the patron is a friend of mine; he will do his very best for you after what I have written.'
Napoleon was neither boy nor man, patron, king, nor pope; he was Napoleon!
I began to thank my patron saint that the Snake River was crossed.
"It's but what might have been looked for," he said, lightly, in answer to some sad words of my patron's.
Each of his men had, as usual, a patron saint according to his name or taste.
Directly he arrived, he would claim the protection of his patron Bragadino.
I want another two thou', friend of my youth and patron of my later years.
Patron of gold mine investors and American tourists in Europe.
He was the patron saint of Cortez, as he was also of the Thames watermen.
The Virgin of Atocha is the patron of the sovereigns of Spain.