Origin of manse
Words nearby manse
How to use manse in a sentence
Ranging from a low of $325,000 for a shell to a high of $18 million for a Beaux Arts manse, there are only 167 homes to choose from.
Brady purchased part of a rather rundown monastery and transformed it into Casa de la Torre—his own private manse.
His move to the Tribune would be followed by a move to a suburban manse—“Heresy!”The Stacks: John Schulian’s Classic Profile of Newspaper Columnist Mike Royko|John Schulian|January 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Both he and the former prime minister have Scottish-manse backgrounds, and share terse, grumpy, and often awkward social manners.
Actually, tribal reunions occur at a rambling manse in Kennebunkport, Maine.
The book opens in the stagnant, wet spring of 1950 at Hart House, a lonesome English manse a mile away from the nearest road.3 Secret Novels: Coral Glynn, The Thief, and Bloodland|Claiborne Smith, Hugh Ryan, Jane Ciabattari|March 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The following sentences are from “The Old Manse;” there is no mistake here.English: Composition and Literature|W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
He tied up the three volumes in a red handkerchief, and called with them at the manse.
Really she seemed so put out at being at the manse that she could not raise her eyes.A Window in Thrums|J. M. Barrie
They kept possession, however, of the white manse among the trees.Auld Licht Idylls|J. M. Barrie
After one evening she declined and went to the manse instead; she enjoyed being with 'Thusia.Dominie Dean|Ellis Parker Butler