Example sentence - We vacationed in England and stayed at a manor in Brookshire.
For the summer, I am traveling to my stately manor in Virginia.
some people today still live in a manor
adjective - They lived in a large manor house in rural England. noun - The workers on the manor are well paid
if you don't know the meaning of manor then you are stupied
The emissary from the police station bore ill tidings as she approached the manor.
The term, Lord of the Manor, originated in the feudalism during the Medieval era of the Middle Ages.
Justin Bieber lives in a MANOR. MANNOR means big house
The person most commonly met in the Middle ages lived on a manor.
Lithuanian word for manor is written as "dvaras" and spelling [dva:ras]
You use your manors with your parents