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for To have at one''s retinue
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :
Retinue \Ret"i*nue\, n. [OE. retinue, OF. retinue, fr. retenir
to retain, engage, hire. See Retain.]
The body of retainers who follow a prince or other
distinguished person; a train of attendants; a suite.
Others of your insolent retinue. --Shak.
What followers, what retinue canst thou gain? --Milton.
To have at one's retinue, to keep or employ as a retainer;
to retain. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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