Definition of 'entourage'
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Only his small entourage seemed to be on his side. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She has a large and devoted entourage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He had an entourage of nine people and four cars. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Having an entourage of people hanging out in the background can make potential interviewees uncomfortable. Christianity Today (2000)He also claimed she has such a big entourage that he could not connect with her in a meaningful way. The Sun (2016)This is small fry compared with other parts of the capital where the entourage surrounding rival teams will be based. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is the big entourage, but he does not stop people getting close. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That's almost as big as her entourage. The Sun (2013)But backstage she was less than friendly, insisting on being surrounded by her entourage. The Sun (2016)I do have a veritable entourage of people cheering me on. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Despite having an unnecessarily big entourage, he was a true pro and knocked out his set in one take. The Sun (2010)Her small entourage included a little band of aspiring actors, happy to reassure her that she was still a star. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There was no big entourage or airs or graces or any of that, he really just wanted to make some music. The Sun (2014)The singer has also brought a set of crib cards and a large entourage, ready to sell her movie round the world. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I don't need a huge entourage and a mountain of luggage. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Everyone acts as if I have a huge entourage of staff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He's kept on a tight leash by his small, focused entourage. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Generally, the bigger the entourage, the bigger the pain in the bottom. The Sun (2011)I help keep her organised but sometimes she has a stylist and an entourage of make-up people to do that. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you have a large entourage - the butler and chef will have to stay somewhere - you can add six more bedrooms on the fifth floor. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She came with a huge entourage, so we told her security staff to take the night off because she was safe with us in the Tower. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Occasionally. entourage is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'entourage'
British English: entourage NOUN
A famous or important person's entourage is the group of assistants, servants, or other people who travel with them.
The singer was quickly whisked away by her entourage.
Definition of entourage from the Collins English Dictionary
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