The Hermitage was properly the dower house of the Towers, but for the last two generations had not been required as such.
She had moved into the dower house for a year, and had been in it seven years.
Cecily had been at the dower house at the moment of the rueful arrival.
To him it was a great occasion if he chanced to meet the pupils from the dower house.
The two aunts of these young ladies lived for many years in the dower house upon my estate in Hampshire.
My father sold it, reserving only the dower house for his own use.
When, at the dower house, had she laughed so gaily, or talked in so animated and sprightly a fashion?
I found the lane to the back of the dower house without any difficulty, and was at the door in the wall with ten minutes to spare.
Wednesday arrived, and perhaps even Ronnie hardly welcomed his birthday more than did his friends at the dower house.
As the big bell at the dower house was clang-clanging its loudest, the girls set off at a run.