entourage

noun
en·​tou·​rage | \ ˌän-tu̇-ˈräzh How to pronounce entourage (audio) \

Definition of entourage

1 : one's attendants or associates

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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 on the Web The January 6 committee hearings, meanwhile, have the vitally important goal of making the case to the American public that Trump and key players in his entourage engaged in a behind-the-scenes effort to overthrow the 2020 election. Dean Obeidallah, CNN, 30 May 2022 There seemed to be more people in my entourage than in the paying audience, but U2 played as though there were a thousand in front of them. Chris Blackwell With Paul Morley, WSJ, 12 May 2022 Other people in his entourage were also seen splattered with what appeared to be red paint. Vanessa Gera, Anchorage Daily News, 10 May 2022 Other people in his entourage were also seen splattered with what appeared to be red paint. Vanessa Gera, ajc, 9 May 2022 Other people in his entourage were also seen splattered with what appeared to be red paint. Vanessa Gera, USA TODAY, 9 May 2022 Other people in his entourage were also seen splattered with what appeared to be red paint. Rachel Elbaum, NBC News, 9 May 2022 Rapper Jack Harlow perhaps caused the biggest stir, with dozens in his entourage flooding the red carpet. Matthew Glowicki, The Courier-Journal, 7 May 2022 Brandon Maxwell cape dress with a full entourage that helped carry her 25-foot train. Christina Liao, Vogue, 9 Sep. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of entourage

circa 1834, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for entourage

French, from Middle French, from entourer to surround, from entour around, from en in (from Latin in) + tour circuit — more at turn

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The first known use of entourage was circa 1834

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en tournant

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6 Aug 2022

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“Entourage.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/entourage. Accessed 8 Aug. 2022.

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