Entertaiment in English Literature and Words Using “Entertaiment” Synonyms and Words Using “Entertaiment”



A agreeable occupation for the mind, a diversion, or an amusement: a crossword puzzle.
From Middle English entertainment, from Latin intertenere (to hold inside). Its Indo-European root is ten, a meaning that is shared by the TEN abbreviation for Transformational Entertainment News.
This collection of examples, drawn programmatically from various online sources, illustrates current usage of the word ‘Entertaiment.’ Find more words by browsing the links on this page or visit the Dictionary of American Slang page.
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