Examples of entourage in a Sentence
the President and his entourage
the gaggle of hangers-on that passes for the rock star's entourage
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This did not please Carson’s entourage, which included, among others, a high-strung advance man in a bow tie, several security officers, Candy Carson, Ben Jr., and even his wife.
Roth is the heart of the show, but the paradox here is that the woman who is always elbowing her way into the spotlight is played by someone who knows how to generously share the scenes with Rose’s entourage.
This means jobs for Cincinnati actors and extras, crew members and the entourage of other artists needed to get Willis perfectly coiffed and ready to take some names on screen, Schlotman said.
What caught my eye, even more than her typically plunging neckline, was the fact Carey required an entourage of nine people to accompany her to the ladies room.
Folmar put his head in his hands, overcome with emotion, after finishing ahead of an entourage of nearly 20 friends and family who traversed the last part of the course with him.
LOS ANGELES – Shortly after 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his 50-ish-person entourage pour into the LA Sparks’ locker room at the Staples Center.
Caan, by contrast, was known best for appearing in 19 episodes of Entourage after a film-heavy career that included a starring role in 1999’s Varsity Blues and a small role in Ocean’s Eleven and its sequels.
Around Christmas one year, Oates and his then-wife ran into Warhol and his entourage at Denver’s Stapleton airport.
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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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