Entertaiment has evolved to include the enjoyment of a variety of activities involving different media. It can be as simple as an individual choosing from a vast range of pre-recorded entertainment on the television; or a banquet for two; to performances in a theater designed for thousands, and broadcast globally; or it may involve an activity once employed in hunting or war such as fencing or archery, now staged as spectator sports. In addition, what is entertainment for one person may be considered work or cruelty by another. Find words related to Entertaiment using the buttons below. These words appear in context on the Cambridge Dictionary website.