Recent Examples of staircase from the Web
The front doors open into a small lobby, with a staircase leading up to a nursery area.
The Silver Lake Heart Stairs Maybe not exactly a wall, this colorful staircase is nonetheless a favorite backdrop for Instagrammers willing to walk up a few steps.
There are Jon and Davos, descending the massive, stone staircase at Dragonstone—their brief scene shot from behind, at a sweeping distance, conveying their elevation and descent.
A witness called 911 around 1:30 a.m. to report seeing three people getting off the 18-foot vessel and running up a nearby access staircase at Sea Ridge Drive.
Up the curved, wooden staircase, the couple’s family photos are hung in repurposed window frames in the hallway.
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.
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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
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