Thesaurus / downstairs

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I shall soon have arranged all, and then I can take her downstairs again.'

Grandmother DearMrs. Molesworth

Mrs Leslie was downstairs, he therefore hoped that he might be able to creep in and search for the doll without being discovered.

Norman ValleryW.H.G. Kingston

De Stancy said that Dare was staying at the same hotel with themselves, and that he believed he was downstairs.

A LaodiceanThomas Hardy

They got her downstairs, and Mrs. Day sent "the men folks" to bed.

Janice DayHelen Beecher Long

I was hardly five then, and going up to the nursery from downstairs had my supper-cake in my hand, only a few mouthfuls left.

"Today" and "downstairs" occur in the introduction, while "to-day" and "down-stairs" are in the stories.

Raggedy Ann StoriesJohnny Gruelle

He raised her to her feet and partly dragging her, partly carrying her, got her downstairs.

The Trembling of a LeafWilliam Somerset Maugham

For two hours the noise went on downstairs; comic songs and Sankey's hymns alternately came floating up the stair.

Addison scoffed at the scheme; but to show how well it was working, Halstead took us downstairs and had us "heft" the turkey.

A Busy Year at the Old Squire'sCharles Asbury Stephens

I don't say as much to them downstairs; better let them be frightened at his ghost than at—at—anybody else's.

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