I have the honour to request that Your Excellency will be good enough to give me reply stating whether or not the Chinese Government really entertains such an intention.
Accordingly China has declared from the very beginning that while she entertains the most profound regard for Japan's wishes, she was unable to admit that any of these matters could be made the subject of an understanding with Japan.
He entertains gentlemen in it who put themselves under his guidance in order to ascend Snowdon and to see the country.
Busa, Apulian woman, entertainsat Canusium the remains of the defeated Roman army, xxii.
The objection Mr. Arnold entertains for it is that "it has not the character of poetic truth of the best kind; it has no real solidity.
For Virgil heentertains a humble far-off reverence.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "entertains" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.