Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mansion.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We would yet advise to set a room apart in mansions with the title of "laboratory", or the more ancient one of "still-room".

    history of science

  • We would yet advise to set a room apart in mansions with the title of "laboratory", or the more ancient one of "still-room".

    history of technology

  • We would yet advise to set a room apart in mansions with the title of "laboratory", or the more ancient one of "still-room".

    amateur science

  • Heres one for you maybe Brits would be living in mansions flying round in jet planes if we hadnt took pity on some of the useless immigrants.

    Griffin, The 'C' Word and the BNP

  • Benny Hinn, Peter Poppof (sp) and Pat Robertson live in mansions on the money taken from the gullible.

    Apoplectic Atheists « Anglican Samizdat

  • But forget Beverly Hills, 90210: The new hot spot for multimillion-dollar mansions is Duarte, 91008.

    America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes

  • One neighborhood was characterized by the mansions of long-gone steel magnates.

    Runners

  • One neighborhood was characterized by the mansions of long-gone steel magnates.

    Runners

  • Even though she has been a multimillionaire for a long time, living in mansions for the past four decades, she is still saying who she is depending on who the audience are, mostly the common people.

    Clinton takes on TV pundits at distillery stop in Kentucky

  • Here's a bunch of limo liberals lecturing us about the evils of climate change, telling us how WE must cut back, and all the while they live in mansions, make millions upon millions a movie, while the movie sets they work on use kajillions of watts of electricity 24/7.

    Archive 2007-02-01

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