A cleric's house and land, especially the residence of a Presbyterian minister.(noun)
A large stately residence.(noun)
Archaic The dwellings belonging to a householder.(noun)
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Use "manse" in a sentence
"I figure Bristol hangs at the Palin manse, watches tv (Family Guy), plays on the computer and texts her friends on her iPhone."
"Unfortunately this son of a manse is none too clever at holding his drink and gets completely bladdered on a few babychams, plus mind eraser and horse's neck cocktails."
"His cover as Godly son of the manse is blown to smithereens."