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- She was then no longer either deferential or patronizing; no longer either a rebel or a slave.Chapter 3 (1% in)
- No, I'll cross that last bit out—it looks patronizing.Chapter 8 (30% in)
- So it happened that from patronizing civility he had slowly passed if not to passion, at least to a profound uneasiness.Chapter 8 (49% in)
- Chapter XIX: Lying to Mr. Emerson The Miss Alans were found in their beloved temperance hotel near Bloomsbury—a clean, airless establishment much patronized by provincial England.Chapter 19 (1% in)
There are no more uses of "patronize" in A Room With A View.
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