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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of entertain.


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  • One must be antipodally comprehensive to entertain the idea; as it is, the idea entertains us.

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  • Harper-Smythe and Connor leave for Pax headquarters, while Dylan "entertains" Marg she is unaware that a counter agent, created by Connor, has been given to Hunt.

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  • But Science Fiction also "entertains" in that it speaks to the human condition and the human heart and mind in unusual ways.

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  • Thus, in South Carolina, if a free negro "entertains" a runaway slave, it may be his own wife or child, he himself is turned into a slave.

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  • She patronizes her friends, worsts her enemies, -- then, when she "entertains" ....

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  • Answer: How Awesome-O "entertains" himself while Mr. Sarah Grace and I are out at Tropic Thunder

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  • 'entertains' pervy men as a dominatrix, whilst finding time to satisfy most of her own sexual needs.

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  • 'entertains' you with a constant stream of jokes, dialog and comments about life in general.

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  • But the for-serious reason is nothing entertains and me as much as snatching a glimmer of a scene out of my head and turning it into the beginning of a love story.

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  • David Cameron sometimes entertains visitors to Number 10 in a first-floor room which looks over Horse Guards towards St James's Park.

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