entertainment[ en-ter-teyn-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF entertainment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTERTAINMENT
There is a penalty for keeping open, houses of entertainment.
The roads are empty, the fields are deserted, the houses of entertainment are closed.
He engaged me by the six months, and my entertainment was generous.
The only thing he thinks of that he can do to help is to give them an evening's entertainment.
She had always lived with children, and constantly had their entertainment in her mind.
In a word, the (whole) entertainment is excellent and wonderful.
For here, indeed, was entertainment for any man or woman or child.
The instrument is equally capable of service and entertainment.
He therefore terminated the entertainment at the end of the third bottle.
The entertainment was not as agreeable and natural as it might have been.