- a very large, impressive, or stately residence.
- manor house.
- Often mansions. British. a large building with many apartments; apartment house.
- Oriental and Medieval Astronomy. each of 28 divisions of the ecliptic occupied by the moon on successive days.
- Archaic. an abode or dwelling place.
very large house
- If Faulconer rides a recall to the governor’s mansion, it will put an appropriate bow on his political career to date.
- She’s a hair braider stuck in a doomed marriage, which is made all the worse when her husband Adan’s burglary of a nearby beach mansion does not go as planned.
- On the southern coast, there are barriers along Kahala Beach, where the shore has increasingly disappeared amid sprawling mansions.
- The crisis runs rampant in cities and towns, on farms and in mansions, far away and next door.
- Gilman died before construction was complete and the mansion changed hands several times until it was gifted to the Baltimore Parks and Recreation Department.
- Expect the couple to find another mansion in a safe Democratic district where an aging representative is expected to retire.
- Goodman retreated to house arrest at his luxury mansion on $4 million bail.
- We ended up in one room in her mansion and never furnished it.
- The ex-chef, accused by Maureen McDonnell of “embezzling” food from the mansion, went to the FBI, triggering its investigation.
- Bogie and Bacall purchased a $160,000 mansion in Holmby Hills, a posh enclave in Los Angeles, and played house.
- Within were the park and the deer, and the mansion rearing its brilliant columns amidst the redundant groves of a Spanish autumn.
- It was a splendid mansion, with its countless rooms and gorgeous appointments.
- He went home from the planter's mansion very happy, for now he should have an errand there every day during the next few weeks.
- Americans burnt the mansion house on Noddles island, and carried off the cattle.
- It was a great event, and Jane was dressed with the utmost care to visit the aristocratic mansion.