Examples of entourage in a Sentence
the President and his entourage
the gaggle of hangers-on that passes for the rock star's entourage
Recent Examples of entourage from the Web
Mayweather and his entourage had spent at least part of the night at a club not far from Buckhead.
Private Italian security guards hired by Perrotta helped arrange an expansive motorcade for Pruitt and his entourage, according to the EPA official with direct knowledge of the trip.
But over 6 minutes, captured live on video for a worldwide audience, Sacramento police did not move to restrain Clark or his unruly entourage.
McGregor crashed the event with an entourage of about about 30 people and incited a backstage melee by chucking a barricade at a large vehicle carrying fighters from the event, injuring one fighter, Michael Chiesa.
Compare that to the U.S. Open where the final group travels with an entourage that’s more crowded than a New York subway platform at rush hour.
Pruitt and his entourage, including aides and security staffers, racked up $90,000 in just one week last summer.
King and his entourage — which included Young, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Hosea Williams, and Ralph Abernathy — had come to Memphis the previous day to support striking sanitation workers.
Inside the cave, Zedd plays the piano while producers, camera operators, and members of his entourage carefully step over rocks, trying to avoid tripping in the dark tunnel.
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ENTOURAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of entourage for English Language Learners
: a group of people who go with and assist an important person
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