- v provide entertainment for
- v take into consideration, have in view
He entertained the notion of moving to South America
- v maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings)
entertain interesting notions
- But John Wayne Gacy was also an upstanding citizen: he helped out the neighbors, he was the chaplain of the Jaycees, he dressed up as roly-poly Pogo the Clown to entertain children.
- Only 38% of Americans entertain friends or family at home at least once a year.
- As Hurley puts it, "How do you stay relevant when people can entertain themselves?" He and his partners may have started YouTube, but the rest of us, in our basements and bedrooms .
- Tony La Russa in The Associated Press
I never, ever, use the umpires for some kind of competitive or whatever advantage,La Russa said Tuesday. "That's a big no-no. You don't use them to entertain your fans, you don't use them to shift blame from your players or fire them up."
- Mindy McCready in Reuters Canada
I am working very hard to put all of this behind me as quickly as possible so I can get back to what I like to do most: sing, write songs, and entertain,McCready said in a statement.
- Dimitar Berbatov in New Zealand Herald
I don't play for the money,said Berbatov, who joined up with the Bulgaria team today. "Those who know me - my really close friends - know that I play for enjoyment and to entertain the fans. If I want to play for the money, I will accept...