Entertain synonyms

ĕn'tər-tān'
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To keep pleasantly or enjoyably occupied or interested; entertain
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Play, especially with or as with a toy
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To mislead by cheating or tricking; deceive
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The definition of captivate means to gain the attention or affection of someone.
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To act as host or hostess
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Depress is defined as to press down, make unhappy or less valuable.
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To go on a junket or excursion, esp. one paid for out of public funds
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(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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To become aware of (a subject, person) through second-hand knowledge, or not through personal experience.
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To turn (a person or thing) aside from a course, direction, etc. into another; deflect
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To be or become cheerful; feel encouraged
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To be agreeable; give pleasure; satisfy
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To arouse the curiosity or hold the attention of:
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To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
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To give great pleasure or joy:
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To provide hospitality for (someone); to supply with abundant food and drink. [from 17th c.]
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​(now law) To write (a document) in large, aesthetic, and legible lettering; to make a finalized copy of.
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To dwell in
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To enslave.
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To use a magical charm upon; to subdue, control, or summon by incantation or supernatural influence.
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(Reflexive) To enjoy or entertain oneself.
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To be the cause or source of; bring about:
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To instill courage or life into.
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To increase temporarily the activity of something such as a body organ or system.
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To make cheerful, merry, or lively
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To answer or discharge (a claim, debt, legal demand, etc.); to give compensation for.
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To comply with the wishes or ideas of (another) in order to keep that person satisfied or unaware of criticism; indulge:
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To attract (the attention) away from its original focus; divert.
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To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
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(Intransitive) To take comfort; to be cheered.
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To make something (such as codes and regulations) more lenient.
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(Intransitive) To enjoy oneself in a jolly and festive manner.
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To remove from a port; to carry away.
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(Law) To help; aid
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To keep amused
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To raise the spirits of; make very proud, happy, or joyful
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To cause (something) to become more glad.
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To cause delight or amusement in.
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(Sports) To receive a pass or a kicked ball, for example.
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To pay for the food, drink, entertainment, etc. of (another or others)
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To feed is defined as to provide food for someone or something, or to take in and eat food or to put more wood on a fire.
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To entertain someone to a fine meal.
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To provide software that offers data or services, hardware, or both over a computer network.
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To act as host or hostess
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To act as host or hostess
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To act as host or hostess
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To act as host or hostess
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To act as host or hostess
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(Idiomatic) Perform a duty
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To accept something willingly or gladly.
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To act as host or hostess
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To act as host or hostess
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To act as host or hostess
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(Idiomatic) To extend the utmost hospitality; to treat someone as an honored guest; to welcome or host, especially in a showy or extravagant manner.
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(Idiomatic) To begin a festive celebration and rejoicing for someone's long-awaited return.
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(Idiomatic) To organize and execute a party.
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To meditate or muse, sometimes specif. in a religious or mystical way
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(Idiomatic) To consider, to contemplate, to intend.
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To live or exist
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To hold dear; feel or show love for
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Tire is defined as becoming weary or in need of rest, or to lose interest.
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To form (a tunnel, for example) by drilling, digging, or burrowing.
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To make or become weary
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To omit to notice; to forbear to treat with attention or respect; to slight.
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(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
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The definition of banish means to send away or get rid of someone or something.
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To think about in order to understand or decide; ponder
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To consider or weigh an idea:
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Dine is defined as to eat, or entertain people at dinner.
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To celebrate or honor with a festival, a feast, or an elaborate entertainment.
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To retain a hold, a firm contact, etc.
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Lodge is defined as to provide or rent a cottage or resort space, to be stuck or caught, or to store something.
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To consider (something) carefully and thoroughly; to chew over, to mull over.
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(Intransitive) to rotate the body or head so as not to face someone or something
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To refuse to accept, submit to, believe, or make use of:
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To decline to grant the request of (a person)
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To show no evidence of attention concerning (something):
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To create in one's mind; to originate an idea through thought.
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(Idiomatic) to consider, to ponder
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To consider, to devise.
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To consider carefully
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To contrive, devise, or invent by such thought
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To think or reflect, especially in a calm and deliberate manner.
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To heat and spice something, such as wine.
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Muse is defined as to have deep thoughts or to meditate.
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Reflect is something that doesn't absorb or that mirrors back whatever is coming into it or looking at it.
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To be oriented (around or about something regarded as a center)
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To turn a matter over and over in the mind.
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To perform a study of; investigate:
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To think or think about carefully and at length
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(Idiomatic) To ponder or reflect on a subject.
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To fully consider an action, and understand all its consequences.
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To flip over; to rotate uppermost to bottom.
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(Naut.) weigh anchor (see phrase under anchor)
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To arouse strong feeling in:
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To receive (an idea) and take it into consideration
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take into consideration, have in view
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To ponder (something or someone).
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To accept, as with a belief.
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To serve as a nurse.
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Find another word for entertain. In this page you can discover 106 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for entertain, like: amuse, toy-with, beguile, captivate, give a warm reception, depress, junket, forget, hear of, divert and cheer.