To have at one's retinue

Definition of To have at one's retinue

to keep or employ as a retainer; to retain.
- Chaucer.

See also: Retinue

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To harp on one string
To haul around
To haul home the sheets of a sail
To haul off
To haul over the coals
To haul the tacks aboard
To haul the wind
To have (a man) out
To have a bee in the bonnet
To have a bee in the head
To have a brick in one's hat
To have a care
To have a colt's tooth
To have a finger in
To have a hand in
To have a long head
To have a mind
To have an eye to
To have at heart
To have at one's fingers' ends
-To have at one's retinue-
To have at vantage
To have done
To have drunk wine of ape
To have hard measure
To have in contemplation
To have in hand
To have in the heart
To have in view
To have it out
To have legs
To have on
To have on the brain
To have one's cake dough
To have one's ear
To have one's fling
To have one's handful
To have one's hands full
To have one's will
To have place
To have respect of persons
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