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manor
used in Inheritance

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Definition
a large house of a lord or wealthy person; or the house and the land around it
  • Sumptuous estates stood here and there: sprawling stone manors protected by their own high walls and, Roran assumed, by their own guards.
    16 — Aroughs (29% in)
  • He and his five men—Carn, Mandel, Baldor, Delwin, and Hamund—had stolen fresh horses from the stable of a manor house less than a half mile away.
    13 — No Honor, No Glory, Only.... (3% in)
  • A show of swords had been sufficient to overcome their objections, but the grooms must have alerted the manor guards as soon as Roran and his companions had departed, for ten of the guards had set out after them, led by a pack of hunting dogs.
    13 — No Honor, No Glory, Only.... (5% in)
  • Stepping forward, Brigman pointed at the manors to the north and west.
    16 — Aroughs (47% in)
  • It's also a handy way of moving other goods, like timber and wine, from the manor houses to the city.
    16 — Aroughs (52% in)
  • He had, with Nasuada's approval, declared every slave within the city a free person, and he had personally gone to the manors and auction houses and cut loose many of the men, women, and children chained therein.
    35 — By the Banks of Lake Leona (45% in)

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