Recent Examples of staircase from the Web
For people with injuries or limited mobility, however, climbing a staircase is no easy task either.
The $5 million project would add additional fare gates and a new staircase to the entrance to the Metro station, which experiences the most daily foot traffic of any station in the system.
An original, curved wood staircase descends to the entry, accessed from what's now the back of the home.
Once Kamariya started walking, the staircase could be a hazard.
Escalators, which once carried shoppers to the mezzanine, have been replaced with a wide flowing staircase.
The staircase and stone chimney match perfectly to the marks on the walls where the original stairs and chimney stood.
The building apparently lacked fire alarms, sprinklers and a fire escape, and only had one staircase.
His first outing included lugging 45 400-pound file cabinets down a narrow, winding staircase.
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First Known Use of staircase
STAIRCASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of staircase for English Language Learners
: a set of stairs and its supporting structures
STAIRCASE Defined for Kids
Definition of staircase for Students
: a flight of steps with their supporting structure and railings
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