one of a flight or series of steps for going from one level to another, as in a building.
stairs, such steps collectively, especially as forming a flight or a series of flights:
I was so excited I ran all the way up the stairs.
a series or flight of steps; stairway:
a winding stair.
a flight of steps leading from one storey or level to another, esp indoors
(Brit) below stairs, in the servants’ quarters; in domestic service
one of a flight of stairs
a series of steps: a narrow stair
noun 1. a step in a staircase. 2. stairsteps, stairs; a staircase. 3. a person or thing whose position, status, behavior, or the like suggests the shape or rise of the steps in a staircase: Their six children are stairsteps ranging from ages two to twelve. verb (used without object), stairstepped, stairstepping. 4. to occur […]
noun 1. a passageway from one level, as of a building, to another by a series of stairs; staircase. noun 1. a means of access consisting of stairs; staircase or flight of steps
noun 1. the vertical shaft or opening containing a stairway. noun 1. a vertical shaft or opening that contains a staircase
noun 1. a stick or post pointed at one end for driving into the ground as a boundary mark, part of a fence, support for a plant, etc. 2. a post to which a person is bound for execution, usually by burning. 3. the stake, the punishment of death by burning: Joan of Arc was […]