View definitions for entertained
adjective as in given hospitality
The Pridemobile will travel through the city to entertain and encourage citizens to vote in November.
All 128 pages are going to entertain the reader while introducing some important questions about farming and animal care.
Indeed, LEGO Ventures is a newish effort from the Danish modular toy maker, founded to help the company, now over 70 years old, step into the next phase of how children learn and keep themselves entertained.
I was always entertaining family and friends in the living room or at mosque, but I got my first real part in the sixth grade at middle school.
These micro-videos are so effective because they have a unique ability to delight and entertain in a condensed time frame.
We want [fans] to walk away changed or better or at least entertained by it.
For us, WoodRocket is paving the way for creating a place you can come to—and come at—and stay and be entertained.
She kept servants and, evidently, three slaves, and entertained academics and philosophers in an elite salon.
The issues seem “stale” only because the commentators demand to be entertained.
He spent most of his vacation as the guest of our printers in Philadelphia, and they entertained him handsomely.
Aristide called on Madame Coquereau, who entertained him with sweet Frontignan wine, dry sponge cakes and conversation.
On her death, nine days later, we entertained the glad hope that our labor had found some favor in heaven.
It is true that I was impressed with him in a way, because the man was rather—er, inspiring, and I entertained hopes.
Entertained a small party of Australian officers as my private guests for 48 hours, my idea being to give them a bit of a rest.
Every morning an old jackdaw perched on a chimney outside our skylight, and entertained us with his chatter.
On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to entertained, such as: honored, banqueted, cherished, null, feted, and harbored.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.