Retinue

Ret'i·nue noun [ Middle English retinue , Old French retinue , from retenir to retain, engage, hire. See Retain .] The body of retainers who follow a prince or other distinguished person; a train of attendants; a suite. « Others of your insolent retinue .�...
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Retinue

• (n.) The body of retainers who follow a prince or other distinguished person; a train of attendants; a suite.
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retinue

retinue 1. The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person. 2. The group following and attending to some important person
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Retinue

A retinue is a body of persons `retained` in the service of a noble or royal personage, a suite (literal French meaning: what follows) of `retainers`. ==Etymology== The word, recorded in English since circa 1375, stems from Old French retenue, itself from retenir, from Latin retenere, hold back, retain. ==Employment== Such retainers were not n...
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retinue

the group following and attending to some important person
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retinue

the group following and attending to some important person
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