Recent Examples of staircase from the Web
Once Kamariya started walking, the staircase could be a hazard.
The staircase and stone chimney match perfectly to the marks on the walls where the original stairs and chimney stood.
Others said that a single staircase in the middle of the building was an inadequate escape route for the building’s 500-plus residents.
Everyone has seen the now-infamous (in such a short time!) NSFW photo of Amber Rose posing on a staircase, oiled up and naked from the waist down.
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.
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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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