Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: manor
IPA transcription: [m'ænɚ]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: manor, manor_house
    Meaning: the mansion of a lord or wealthy person
Usage examples
  • 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.