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entourage (noun) · entourages (plural noun)
entourage (Noun) A retinue of attendants, associates or followers. Etymology: From entourage, from entourer.
Meaning of entourage in English. › the group of people who travel with and work for an important or famous person: Her usual entourage includes musicians, backup singers, and technicians.
Entourage is defined as the group of helpers and friends who travel with someone. An example of an entourage is the group of ten people that travel with the president.
Origin Mid 19th century French, from entourer 'to surround'.