Definitions

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  • adj. upstairs

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. on or of upper floors of a building

Etymologies

up +‎ stair (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Fix some events to take place to delay the production so that you can “borrow” some more money from the guy upstair.

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  • A jail, a movie theater, an upstair apartment, a fire department, a mechanic's garage, plus a stop light and other things.

    Franklin Avenue

  • There was one upstair billet left in this boat, which Wild offered to

    South: the story of Shackleton’s last expedition 1914–1917

  • Kai upstair,we voted so we have the right to criticize our president.

    Taiwan's First Family: Clueless

  • Is “new fabric in the upstair apartment” code for something dirty?

    Firedoglake » The Dividing Line of Torture

  • If Angier didn‚Äôt know what was going on why wasn‚Äôt he proceeding, unknowingly, to TA DA upstair on the balcony?

    EP Review: The Prestige

  • March 10th, 2009 at 4: 11 pm PDT who is that bilibalaboob, Daniel, upstair saying the youtube worths less than $15m …. reply

    YouTube Acquisition Rumors

  • Two women were scolding one another across the road, very violently, both from upstair windows; and I in my hurry for quiet life, and not knowing what might come down upon me, quickened my step for the nearest corner.

    Lorna Doone

  • Of the upstair portion of this establishment it is not necessary to say much.

    Castle Richmond

  • Happening to cast my eyes around, it suddenly occurred to me that something uncommon was expected; people were standing in groups on the pavement — the upstair windows of the houses were thronged with faces, especially those of women, and many of the shops were partly, and not a few entirely, closed.

    Lavengro

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