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retinue (s) (noun), retinues (pl)
1. The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person: The chief executive of the company was traveling in a private aircraft with his retinue of advisors and secretaries.
2. The group following and attending to what some important person wants to be done: The publisher had her retinue of compilers, editors, and illustrators working together on how to make the special publications of educational materials more interesting for the students so they could benefit more from the books.
A group of attendants who take care of things for a person.
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People who go with and take care of what some important person wants to be done. (1)