[ US /ˌɑntɝˈɑʒ, ˌɑntʊˈɹɑʒ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒntʊɹˌɑːʒ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒntʊɹˌɑːʒ/ ]
- the group following and attending to some important person
How To Use entourage In A Sentence
- She has spent so much time in there, her entourage have been forced to speak to her stylist and hairdresser to find out how she is. The Sun
- The cavalry were too numerous to be maintained solely by the king; rather, each of the seven great town-chiefs had to support, in his own sector of the capital, ten noble warriors and their entourages.
- In an affair which the Italian press have dubbed "Rubygate", she is reported to have attended dinners at Mr Berlusconi's private villa outside Milan, where she allegedly witnessed group sex games which the prime minister and his entourage nicknamed "bunga-bunga Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
- He turned up at the swish hotel suite to meet us all by himself, with no fuss and no entourage, and was utterly charming. The Sun
- By Gerry Baldo 08/18/2009 Sensing the public outrage that hasn't subsided over what has been described as the ostentatious and luxurious lifestyles of President Arroyo and her entourage displayed during her New York has sent a memorandum to the Office of the Press Secretary, saying the New York Post report on the pricey dinner of President Gloria WN.com - Articles related to Developing Economies Like Egypt Can Lead the World Out of Recession
- As the Archbishop of Bordeaux is in your entourage, he could officiate. HERE BE DRAGONS
- A tall woman in a black dress appeared from a rear room surrounded by an impressive entourage.
- These are the entourages that follow important people around, made up of advisors, heralds, messengers and servants.
- No entourage, no special advisers, no fuss. Times, Sunday Times
- Je dois etre la seule personne dans votre entourage qui petit dejeune un menu best of big mac le matin a 7h00 ... pinku-tk Diary Entry