And up-stairs there are the pleasant bedrooms and the nurseries.
He followed her about the house, up-stairs and down-stairs, and he looked and waited.
Up-stairs, the Father said “Come in,” with remarkable alacrity.
Could she not smuggle him up-stairs after her father had had his supper and retired to his bedroom?
You see, in the kitchen you can hear the least sound coming from up-stairs.
Each of us had a cook and a waiter, a housekeeper and an up-stairs girl.
I tell you,” insisted Philippi profanely, “there are no rooms for you to sleep in up-stairs.
He would be better off up-stairs, where he could not hear it.
Would it not be better to say that her husband was up-stairs.
But after all Betty slipped past them and went on up-stairs.