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  • adj. Having (a specified kind or number of) stairs.


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stair +‎ -ed


  • With just 28 tiny rooms, only some of which feature bathrooms — other showers and toilets are located in the hallway — the creaky-staired, hostel-style Amsterdam Inn, which offers accommodations for as little as $99 a night, is popular with European tourists and remains profitable, according to several sources.

    No Vacancy for Stephen Ross��� Related at Amsterdam Inn

  • The worst was at Great Falls hence the name where the water dropped eighty feet in a mile and where any locks would have to be staired and cut out of the rock.

    American Connections

  • For a few minutes they both pretended, but soon enough they wound up at the base of the steel-staired tower.

    Weightlifting for Catholics

  • As he walked out, he was directed by a security officer to walk down the right side of the wide-staired entrance to the great building because there was a film location shoot taking place on the left side.

    The Last Coyote

  • Well Florrie handed me a box and she says I was to not open it till she was gone and then I showed them over the camp and the way the boys staired at Florrie I couldn't help from being proud of her but of course if some of them had of got to fresh I would of fixed them so they wouldn't do no stairing for a couple of wks.

    Treat 'em Rough Letters from Jack the Kaiser Killer

  • Thin, gaunt dogs barked and snarled in the narrow staired streets.

    The Wind Bloweth

  • The quaint salutations as he passed along the staired streets: _Naharkum Sayeed!

    The Wind Bloweth

  • The thirty-staired Seats, all round our Amphitheatre, get instantaneously slated with mere umbrellas, fallacious when so thick set: our antique Cassolettes become Water-pots; their incense-smoke gone hissing, in a whiff of muddy vapour.

    The French Revolution

  • If you were shorts, a short sleeve shirt, or show your collar bone you will get staired down here. haha. Recent Updates

  • • See afterwards Lord Clarendon's remark on this iil-staired promotion.

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical


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