entertainer[ en-ter-tey-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF entertainer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTERTAINER
Thou, Lovelace, hast been long the entertainer; I the entertained.
It is an honor that cannot be declined, and it is generally sure to ruin the entertainer.
Daylight fully revealed to the young man the character of his entertainer.
He had not dared to say a word to her of what her entertainer was, or what her part should be.
I understood he was a conjurer, or an entertainer, or something of that kind.
I have attained the rank of the public's entertainer—and that is all I can do!
Miss Whichello was an entertainer worth knowing, if only for her cook.
I am going there, said his entertainer, and will be happy to take you.
His entertainer had a plate of meat in one hand and a jug of wine in the other.
The more the entertainer of that vision held it there the more charm it clearly took on for him.