from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of stairstep.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Up and down stairsteps in a place far out of the way.

    Vicky Collins: The Camel and the Cell Phone

  • While performing, she was walking on the backs of a few men who stood in line as stairsteps and things did not go as planned.

    Allie Is Wired!

  • As it hasn't come to pass I think LL has decided it to be in their best interest to keep the giant's stairsteps we have now.

    Lord and Master of All She Surveys

  • The Health Club offers massages, shiatsu and reflexology, as well as personal training, cardiovascular equipment, stairsteps, fixed position bicycles, and weights.

    Romantic Weddings South Of The Border

  • We looked out over an entire valley of emerald green grass, encompassed by the soft, rounded mountaintops that characterize these stairsteps to the Alps.

    Solomon’s Song of Love

  • And they were there, clinging to the sides of the mountains in terraces like stairsteps for splay-legged giants.

    Soldiers Live

  • They followed Talaysen up a back stair-not quietly, but yawning and letting their feet scuff against the stairsteps, talking among themselves as if they had just finished dinner and were heading for bed.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • In each of these bumps, stairsteps, and bowls, different kinds of plants grow.

    The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States

  • They stood in a row like stairsteps, and all of them had the classical features of the James family face—the high, pale forehead, the wide-set eyes, and the hard jawbone that came from the Indian blood in the family.

    To The Bright and Shining Sun

  • The stairsteps were spotted with water drops and green stuff in bits and gobs.

    Old Tin Sorrows


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.