Examples of manse in a Sentence
the ivy-covered manse is one of the town's oldest and most prominent landmarks
Recent Examples of manse from the Web
In her spare time, the 71-year-old Oscar winner has managed to beautifully transform and sell a number of California homes — from a 1920s Spanish colonial style residence in Beverly Hills to a Pacific Palisades manse with some spunky signage.
Featuring six bedrooms and five bathrooms (along with four half-baths), the manse sits on seven acres, complete with your own pond.
The office is a ten-minute drive from the split-level hilltop manse Bloom shares with her husband, Braden Pollock, who serves as the firm’s manager.
These three women arrive at the Bachelor manse to dispense advice.
The Pacific Palisades manse that Rihanna once called home has hit the market, according to The Real Deal.
Take a closer look at the Ty Warner Mansion below: Guests enter the manse through a courtyard oasis that mimics the resort's entrance.
The old manse turns out to be a crumbling money pit.
Franz has come home to his family's dilapidated manse with his vegan-chef-girlfriend-from-Portland in tow.
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MANSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of manse for English Language Learners
: the house of a minister
: a large and impressive house
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