from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who entertains others, someone who puts on a show for the entertainment or enjoyment of others.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who entertains; a host.
- n. one who amuses people, such as a singer, dancer, comedian, magician, etc., especially one who does so as a profession.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who entertains, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who tries to please or amuse
If Alec, the entertainer is acknowledgin 'his case as a topic of heated discussion among his would-be opponents of the political race, Ronnie would not have been installed as a prez. by the people.
But when I got into New Look, I found out the entertainer is actually the worker.
Look, I can see where people are coming from, but to say that Michael Jackson was a mere entertainer is kind of an understatement.
Please people, get over this crazy notion that a entertainer is some kind of god.
To many impressionable teenagers, the entertainer is no longer an unreachable idol but a “friend.”
A famous Vegas entertainer is found murdered on "The Defenders" (CBS at 10), and Nick is forced by Pete to take on the accused (the entertainer's girlfriend) as a client.
One of the weird things about being an entertainer is that people who you don't know know you.
Having realized that her career as a mainstream pop entertainer is probably all but over following her universally-reviled attempt at a comeback performance on the MTV Video Music Awards last night, Britney Spears seems to have tragically retreated to the one thing she knows she can still do well: flash paparazzi glimpses of her pantiless snooch.
You actually believe that the silly quip of a rightwing entertainer is proof of anything?
An entertainer is more likely to be there to dance and sing and look happy for you whereas an artist creates material that expresses their beliefs which could potentially spill over into or from the political arena of the day.
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