entourage /ˈɒntʊrɑːʒ, ˌɒntʊ(ə)ˈrɑːʒ/
noun
a group of people attending or surrounding an important person:
an entourage of bodyguards.
entourage /ˈɒntʊrɑːʒ, ˌɒntʊ(ə)ˈrɑːʒ/
noun
the king's entourage: RETINUE, escort, cortège, train, suite; court, staff, bodyguard(s); attendants, companions, retainers; informal posse.
ORIGIN
mid 19th century: French, from
entourer ‘to surround’.

bevy
/ˈbɛvi/
noun (plural bevies)
a large group of people or things of a particular kind:
a bevy of big-name cameos will keep the adults entertained.
• a group of birds, especially quail, particularly when closely gathered on the ground.
bevy /ˈbɛvi/
noun
a bevy of Vegas headliners: GROUP, crowd, herd, flock, horde, army, galaxy, assemblage, throng, company, gathering, band, body, pack, covey; knot, cluster; informal bunch, gaggle, posse.
ORIGIN
late Middle English: of unknown origin.


commitment
/kəˈmɪtm(ə)nt/
noun
1 the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.:
the company's commitment to quality.
• a pledge or undertaking:
I cannot make such a commitment at the moment.
2 (usually
commitments) an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action: business commitments | young people delay major commitments including marriage and children.
commitment /kəˈmɪtm(ə)nt/
noun
1
the pressure of his commitments: RESPONSIBILITY, obligation, duty, tie, liability; task; engagement, arrangement.
2
her commitment to her students: DEDICATION, devotion, allegiance, loyalty, faithfulness, fidelity.
3
he made a commitment: VOW, promise, pledge, oath; contract, pact, deal; decision, resolution.