Noun(1) a way of access (upward and downward
(1) At the bottom of the staircase , he stepped into a corridor lined with five doors on either side.(2) The two retraced their steps back up the staircase and up into the fresh sea air of the ship.(3) Another identical newel post stood atop the staircase on both sides defining the length.(4) she was on the staircase(5) Mr Maher also expressed his concern about the state of a staircase and stairwell.(6) Her feet hardly touched the stairs as she gingerly crept up the staircase coming to a pause on the landing.(7) She looks everywhere and finally spots him sitting on the step of a staircase .(8) a mirrored staircase(9) Walking up the old staircase he managed to step over the creaking floorboard at the top without spilling any paper.(10) It was typically Scottish, with its dormer windows, wooden staircase and whitewashed walls.(11) he descended the broad staircase(12) One of the main features is the red ebony solid timber in the staircase and ground flooring.(13) She followed Mrs Noble up a wide staircase and then a narrower set of stairs.(14) The ladder had been replaced with a staircase made from the same wood from the floor.(15) Later didactic murals on town-hall staircases and library walls tended to be executed on canvas and then stuck up, rather than laboriously painted in situ.(16) A pair of marble staircases sweeping up to the second floor greeted us as we entered the building.
(1) stair case :: tulaga stair
1. stairway ::
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