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entourage

Line breaks: en¦tou|rage
Pronunciation: /ˈɒntʊrɑːʒ
 
, ˌɒntʊ(ə)ˈrɑːʒ
 
/

Definition of entourage in English:

noun

A group of people attending or surrounding an important person: an entourage of loyal courtiers
More example sentences
  • These are the entourages that follow important people around, made up of advisors, heralds, messengers and servants.
  • The bouncer at the door obviously had no idea of how important our entourage was.
  • A tall woman in a black dress appeared from a rear room surrounded by an impressive entourage.
Synonyms

Origin

mid 19th century: French, from entourer 'to surround'.

Words that rhyme with entourage

corsagerepêchage

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