Definition of 'fan base'
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We have a very loyal fan base and they weren't getting what they paid for. The Sun (2016)We have quite a big fan base out there. The Sun (2008)They also have a large and loyal fan base. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Twitter has rapidly become a popular medium for sporting stars who draw huge fan bases. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Cornwall is well loved and has a loyal fan base. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Britain has a huge racing fan base so they are behind me. The Sun (2013)And it has won a loyal fan base. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We have a loyal and devoted fan base and we are intent on touring anywhere people are interested in seeing us tour. The Sun (2008)We have our own stadium, training ground and a big fan base. The Sun (2009)The more friends, the bigger the fan base. Times, Sunday Times (2008)West Ham have a huge fan base with expectations to match. The Sun (2012)That will be something special as we have quite a big fan base out in Oz already. The Sun (2008)The show is a massive hit in America and has a huge worldwide fan base. The Sun (2012)Still, his big fan base will probably take it platinum. The Sun (2013)There, the fan base is more loyal and you can still get by. Times, Sunday Times (2008)First, their current tour proved there is still a big fan base. The Sun (2006)I agree they have a bigger fan base. The Sun (2007)The ex-Corrie star built a fan base by posting photos of herself showing off her chest backstage on the soap. The Sun (2012)The Walker money was not a bottomless pit and the fan base was not big enough to sustain a place at the very top. The Sun (2012)It would be foolish to compete against Loose Women and their huge fan base. The Sun (2009)Some people have bigger fan bases than others, that's all. The Sun (2008)Whether it appeals to his loyal fan base - who loved the controversial pilot - remains to be seen. The Sun (2013)
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