downstairs

[ adverb, noun doun-stairz; adjective doun-stairz ]SEE DEFINITION OF downstairs

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Downstairs, Christine and Palmer had entered on the round of midwinter gayeties.

"They're going to have it downstairs in the kitchen," soliloquized he.

Mon petit Dame was waiting for me downstairs in the concierge's room.

Once more she is downstairs, in the lane which the dancers are making for their last reel.

Downstairs the door-bell rang, and Alice's arms jerked with the shock.

The noise from downstairs was as that of a score of battling fiends.

There was a knock at the door, and the clerk from downstairs ushered in his visitor.

Downstairs, in the dining-room, he could not sit at table, without seeing her opposite him.

Downstairs some one had thrown open a window, some one was playing a piano.

Is she strong enough to get downstairs to a cab, or to ride in one afterward?

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