Examples of manse in a Sentence
the ivy-covered manse is one of the town's oldest and most prominent landmarks
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In a clip posted to her Twitter on Friday, Brit paints beautiful flowers on the terrace of her manse while wearing a bra and listening to Mozart.
In Barry Lyndon, that attention to extravagant detail lies in those candles, which can make the most epic manse feel chillingly intimate.
Receiving a special blessing from Yeezus When Kim Kardashian and Kanye West made a visit to Caitlyn's Malibu manse, the rapper was quick to give praise.
Last week, Tony Podesta, an eminence in the annals of Washington lobbying, threw one of his signature events, a big birthday bash at his stately stone manse in Kalorama.
Bohemian rhapsody: Artist Alex Beard fills a Garden District manse with art, heirlooms and curiosities Alex Beard's life seems conjured from a Wes Anderson film.
Can't wait to see my fave C-listers swing it out in a generic manse!
Even our hotel, Cilu Bintang Estate, opened by Banda native Abba Rizal, fits in, as a replica of a Dutch plantation manse, complete with a crystal chandelier and woven ikat textiles.
Their life is magazine-cover perfect, in a sweeping modern manse equipped with a white baby grand piano.
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Origin and Etymology of manse
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymscastle, château, estate, hacienda, hall, manor, manor house, mansion, palace, villa
Related Wordsshowplace; abode, domicile, dwelling, habitation, hearth, home, house, lodging (s), pad, place; housing, nest, quarter (s), residency, roof; great house; country house, countryseat; aerie, penthouse; salon, suite, town house
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