- n. Plural form of entertainer.
“Andrea gives half an amen: The undue attention we heap on sports figures AND entertainers is part of the problem.”
“This elite group of tech moguls, hedge-funders, athletes and entertainers is hovering under billionaire status with a strong chance of breaking into the Forbes 400 ranks this decade, including some well-known names such as Jay-Z, Jerry Seinfeld, Tiger Woods and James Cameron.”
“Then she keeps daring us to disbelieve, throwing in entertainers who can channel dead celebrities, JFK conspiracy plots, heaving alien worm mothers ...”
“At one camp, he received permission to bring musicians, a chorus, and other entertainers from the main prison compound to visit their comrades in the hospital.”
“Although in our age, we do take entertainers from the past seriously (ie Shakespeare, Twain, etc).”
“Or maybe the article was out there to show a current lull in entertainers for the USO, to perhaps shame some people to get involved.”
“But Shor was a natural host, a man who put other men at ease, and all the name entertainers, movie stars, politicians, judges, ballplayers, fighters, writers, and mobsters thronged his joint.”
“If you don't, then please start referring to yourselves as "entertainers" -- and not "journalists" -- from now on.”
“They story follows a man named Gary, his girlfriend named Mary and the man’s life-long nondescript, brown puppet best friend Walter must round up and convince the now retired entertainers from the original Muppet Show to help save the famous television studio that the original variety series was filmed in.”
“These so-called entertainers, with an audience of almost one million nationwide, have got it all wrong.”
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