verb (used with object)
Origin of entrain2
Related formsen·train·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for entrainment
There is one little nurse from the entrainment wards—it is a good story, which I will tell in good time—competent to care for him.Red Fleece|Will Levington Comfort
The entrainment was to be considered as a practice entrainment.A Company of Tanks|W. H. L. Watson
These phrases, "entrainment," "order of march," had a businesslike sound.
The train then ran into the station, and the entrainment of the wounded commenced.A Lively Bit of the Front|Percy F. Westerman
"All ready for entrainment, sir," said the sergeant heartily.