Recent Examples of staircase from the Web
On the deck above the restaurant, connected by a gorgeous mahogany grand staircase, is the Delta Lounge.
The opening sequence of Frank nudging Cathy down an East Wing staircase was clearly meant to be a cackle-worthy ambush à la the murder of Zoe Barnes.
Slip through the back entrance, down a hallway and up a staircase.
A staircase leads from this room to the second floor.
Suri, a slim 40-something professional dancer, led us up the outdoor spiral staircase to our suite, waiting shyly for our reaction.
The aging King Salman, arriving in a golf cart, and aided by a cane, warmly greeted the president at the foot of the staircase.
Her perfume brand contributed to the restoration in 1998 of the ramp-like staircase, designed by Michelangelo, that leads to the top of the Capitoline Hill.
Then you're hustled up a back staircase, like a movie star, into the Clubhouse, and then directly onto the plane.
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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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