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    retinue

    retinue - Dictionary definition and meaning for word retinue

    Definition
    (noun) the group following and attending to some important person
    Synonyms : cortege , entourage , suite
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for retinue

sounds like routine what you FOLLOW (daily) is routine(oops retinue) i.e follow-->routine following-->retinue

tum sab meri RETINA (of the eye ) ke aagey rehne chahiye 24*7 - u r my attnedants

Just follow this order: retinue-->continue-->follow-->following

Derived from "retain". <br> Retained => Servant <br> Retinue => Body of attendants <br>

Derived from "RETAIN". For any politician, its his FOLLOWERS that help to retain his post

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Retinue rhymes with continue - like a following

It sounds like 'retinue-rating u',people rate u good if they like you,if they like you they follow you

Retain+new i.e retain new servants for company

relate it to retina which follows our eye movement whichever direction we see and sends those signals to the brain

this word is very close to word RETAIN....SO THE GROUP FOLLOWING AND ATTENDING TO SOME IMPORTANT PERSON JUST BECAUSE HE IS ABLE TO HOLD THEM BACK WITH HIM, OR he is able to RETAIN THE CROWD WITH HIM.....

for protecting karunanidhi's retina he has followers and attendants around him

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Reunite with your retinue to continue your trip

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