Etymology
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entourage (n.)

1832, "surroundings, environment," picked up by De Quincey from French entourage, from entourer "to surround" (16c.), from Old French entour "that which surrounds" (10c.), from en- "in" (see en- (1)) + tour "a circuit" (see tour). Specific sense of "attendant persons, persons among whom as followers or companions one is accustomed to move" recorded in English by 1860.

updated on December 07, 2020

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Definitions of entourage from WordNet

entourage (n.)
the group following and attending to some important person;
Synonyms: cortege / retinue / suite
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