How to Pronounce manors?

Correct pronunciation for the word "manors" is [mˈanəz], [mˈanəz], [m_ˈa_n_ə_z].

"Manors" in context

Manors are traditional large homes, originally used as centers of power, commerce, and authority by Europeans in the medieval period. Usually built around a central courtyard, manors featured grand ballrooms, spiral staircases, and private gardens. The most famous example of such a home is the famous Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England.

Manors were passed down through generations, staying within the same family, and becoming the primary residence of the Heads of the House. This often meant that Manors were completely self-sustaining, with their own water supplies, milling operations, food production, and even armies to protect the estate.

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