Left Definition 1 of 2Right
LampPro Tip 1/3
Status IndicatorPlay
The word often implies the person is distinguished and the entourage reflects their high status. SlideOn the red carpet, the star's entourage included bodyguards and managers.
LampPro Tip 2/3
Not Just StaffPlay
'Entourage' can include friends and associates, not just employees or official team members. SlideThe actor's entourage, a mix of colleagues and close friends, followed everywhere.
LampPro Tip 3/3
Potential Negative ConnotationPlay
An entourage can be seen as excessive or showy, depending on context and tone. SlideThe billionaire's extensive entourage seemed extravagant to onlookers.