In the morning I stumbled down the staircase and choked down a chunky breakfast smoothie.
He grabs it and comes down the staircase, and as he does he glances out a south-facing second-floor window.
Three artists were involved: Pierre Puvis de Chavannes and Edwin Austin Abbey decorated the staircase and corridors.
Regardless, I never forgot the characters from The staircase.
The camera dollied backward along the length of the tower's staircase while simultaneously its lens zoomed forward.
He saluted me with ironical politeness, and humming a tune, descended Mrs. Simons' staircase.
The crowd is around the foot of the staircase waiting for the elevator.
This room has a hiding-place in the wall above the staircase, where the steps turn, and the inner side makes an angle.
John went towards the staircase, but his uncle called him back.
There is a fireplace on the right, and beyond an archway in the rear a staircase ascends to the second floor.
staircase stair·case (stâr'kās')
A series of reactions or responses that follow one another in progressively increasing or decreasing intensity, so that a chart shows a continuous rise or fall.