- a landed estate or territorial unit, originally of the nature of a feudal lordship, consisting of a lord's demesne and of lands within which he has the right to exercise certain privileges, exact certain fees, etc.
- any similar territorial unit in medieval Europe, as a feudal estate.
- the mansion of a lord with the land belonging to it.
- the main house or mansion on an estate, plantation, etc.
- He is not only to the manner born, but also, though he rarely mentions his heritage, to the literal manor, a massive pile of bricks.
- Two to four players ages nine or older can explore all the classic rooms of the ghost-filled manor by roaming the Endless Hallway around Madame Leota’s Séance Room and socialize with the Happy Haunts by collecting matching sets of ghost cards.
- The office is standard Universal issue, sort of a pseudo English manor house.
- Another island tale purports that there was once a banquet arranged at the manor for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
- Refined, elegant, and to the manor born, Betty is everything that Don is not.
- Both Rupert and James Murdoch were part of the weekend long preparations at Enstone Manor in Oxfordshire.
- But the others are there too: the villagers on the estate, the gamekeepers, and the servants who work in the manor house.
- Our guide pointed out the spot where once stood the manor-house of Woodstock, torn down about a hundred years ago.
- At three o'clock he gave his horse to Abe, was told that the lady of the manor was out walking, and went into the house.
- The old theories lingered long in manor-houses and parsonages, and among all whose hearts were with the banished Stuarts.
- Janet Marward, heiress and titular baroness of Skryne in Meath, a manor worth some 200l.
- That evening he rejoined his aunt at their temporary abode, which was a small dower-house not many hundred yards from the Manor.