retinue[ ret-n-oo, -yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF retinue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RETINUE
My brother was servile; he has attached himself to the retinue of a wealthy Baroness.
The intervention of the retinue of Roderic was scarcely admitted.
I have fled from myself; I have fled from the magnificence of my retinue, to find variety.
His equipages and retinue were of a kind to match his personal effulgence.
He provided a house for her, and assigned to her service a retinue of domestics.
A house fit for a sovereign prince, and a retinue like that of royalty!
The Master and his retinue were riding on a journey, and came to a strange road.
Here he took his seat, with his retinue of officers around him.
On the head of the elephant, the driver; and retinue on either side.
A cook, a butler, and a valet were the sum-total of his retinue.