manor / ˈmæn ər /


manor 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. 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.
  2. any similar territorial unit in medieval Europe, as a feudal estate.
  3. the mansion of a lord with the land belonging to it.
  4. the main house or mansion on an estate, plantation, etc.

manor 近义词

n. 名词 noun

large house


  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. The office is standard Universal issue, sort of a pseudo English manor house.
  4. Another island tale purports that there was once a banquet arranged at the manor for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
  5. Refined, elegant, and to the manor born, Betty is everything that Don is not.
  6. Both Rupert and James Murdoch were part of the weekend long preparations at Enstone Manor in Oxfordshire.
  7. But the others are there too: the villagers on the estate, the gamekeepers, and the servants who work in the manor house.
  8. Our guide pointed out the spot where once stood the manor-house of Woodstock, torn down about a hundred years ago.
  9. 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.
  10. The old theories lingered long in manor-houses and parsonages, and among all whose hearts were with the banished Stuarts.
  11. Janet Marward, heiress and titular baroness of Skryne in Meath, a manor worth some 200l.
  12. That evening he rejoined his aunt at their temporary abode, which was a small dower-house not many hundred yards from the Manor.