Thesaurus / entourage

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The proposal represents a considerable financial investment by Tennis Australia, which will cover the cost of the chartered flights to Melbourne for players and their entourages and all meals and accommodations, according to the letter.
She had previously been infected with the disease, and it was not clear what effect her husband’s diagnosis would have on the Pence entourage.
If you know you and the select members of your entourage aren’t sick, then no matter how rough and tumble the game, you won’t be putting yourself at risk of catching the virus.
His entourage will include a day doctor, a night doctor, a leading New York surgeon and a squad of stretcher-bearers.
I also was of Wilson's entourage, and went with him accordingly.
Deenas ideas of French in his own entourage as opposed to him in hers were amusing.
I must be getting very clever since I managed to hide it from hundreds of searching eyes, even from my entourage.
A difference of opinion between certain persons in the Emperor's entourage and myself was the real reason.
IN THE WORLD WARCOUNT OTTOKAR CZERNIN
Then he went back to his writing-table more convinced than ever that there was something very weak somewhere about the entourage.
CHRISTOPHER AND COLUMBUSCOUNTESS ELIZABETH VON ARNIM
I draw these conclusions solely from my knowledge of the Emperor and his entourage and from other information obtained indirectly.
IN THE WORLD WARCOUNT OTTOKAR CZERNIN

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