entourage[ ahn-too-rahzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF entourage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTOURAGE
As she had no generosity in her heart, she bestowed no bounties on her entourage.
He rose up immediately from his seat and summoned his entourage.
Deenas ideas of French in his own entourage as opposed to him in hers were amusing.
Her entourage followed her, shambling a little, and blank-eyed.
Napoleon as well did not like to have in his entourage officers who thought.
The state committee and the rest of his entourage were gathered about him.
But he has been most unfortunate in selecting his 'entourage.'
No member of my entourage dear to me was allowed to remain with me.
Just as though Confucius had his own Court and entourage, like a feudal prince.
So we arranged to reduce our entourage to the smallest possible limits.