downstairs


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downstairs

The lower floor or floors of a dwelling.
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try to make father understand a little of what has happened before he goes downstairs.
The dog hurried downstairs and dragged up every sail he could find.
I want to move Anna downstairs, but we must hang up blinds.
When we went downstairs we found a mug with "A Present from Tunbridge Wells" on it lighted up in the staircase window with a floating wick, and a young woman, with a swelled face bound up in a flannel bandage blowing the fire of the drawing-room (now connected by an open door with Mrs.
He sent the servant downstairs again, and, resuming his chair, waited confidently for results.
Shall I go downstairs and speak with him in his own room?
Humpy-Dumpy fell downstairs, and yet he married the princess
They could not find anything, but once they heard a door bang and somebody scuttered downstairs.
Poyser's coming downstairs happened in the early part of February, when some mild weather thawed the last patch of snow on the Binton Hills.
And downstairs she was led accordingly, accompanied by her affectionate son.
We got front seats, and while the train moved along about fifty yards on level ground, I was not the least frightened; but now it started abruptly downstairs, and I caught my breath.
So he crept downstairs and opened the front door quite softly, and went out into the garden.