entertainment (n.)
payroll, service, employment
AC IV.vi.17[Enobarbus alone] Canidius and the rest / That fell away have entertainment, but / No honourable trust
AW IV.i.15[First Lord to all, of Parolles] He must think us some band of strangers i'th' adversary's entertainment
Cor IV.iii.40[Volsce to Roman, of the Volscian army] The centurions and their charges distinctly billeted, already in th'entertainment
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