Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [m'ænɚ]
meaning of the word
the mansion of a lord or wealthy person
What am I to do at Guestwick Manor?
"At Guestwick Manor!" said Mrs. Dale.
"And Alice will be Lady of the Manor," laughed Lucy.
"Only think of Johnny Eames being at Guestwick Manor!" said Bell, as they were going home.
"You have been an admirable Lady of the Manor," he said. "But soon you will be Lady Conniston."
But her other daughter, she said, would be very happy to accompany her uncle to Guestwick Manor.
And then when Sir Tristram came toward the old manor he found the track of many horses, and thereby he wist his lady was gone.
He began by telling me that he came from Ludlow Manor, near Ledbury. The name had a slightly familiar sound, though I could not fix it in my mind.
But Johnny had already begun to feel at the Manor that, after all, people are not so very different in their ways of life as they are supposed to be.
Next day I parted company with my timid companion, as I left the great northern road to turn more westerly in the direction of Osbaldistone Manor, my uncle's seat.