entertainment (n.) Old form(s): entertainement
hospitality, provision for needs
AYL II.iv.69[Rosalind to Corin] if that love or gold / Can in this desert place buy entertainment
AYL IV.iii.144[Oliver, to Rosalind and Celia disguised] the gentle Duke, / Who gave me fresh array and entertainment
KL II.iv.201[Regan to Lear] I am ... out of that provision / Which shall be needful for your entertainment
MW I.iii.40[Falstaff to Pistol, of Mistress Ford] I spy entertainment in her [also: sense 2]
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