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mansemanse /mæns/ noun [countable]  TBRRCthe house of a Christian minister, especially in Scotland
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manseChurch and manse were erected in 1860, and a school soon afterwards.The stay of Johnson and Boswell at Cawdor manse captures Johnson in a neat capsule.But the 80 acres of land surrounding the glass-and-granite manse are laced with hiking trails open to the public.That manse, in sight of the sea, was also raided at seven o'clock on Wednesday 27 February.The youth moved in to stay temporarily at the manse but a crisis occurred and he committed suicide.Mrs Drake lived in the manse at Berwick.Fleming the teacher had gone into the manse as soon as Cameron finished.The manse door opened before I reached it.
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