Keyboard: Off Language: English
1. the downstairs (or downstair) phone
1. "let’s go downstairs."
Lisa Jackson, Close to Home
2. "She follows the putrid cloud downstairs and"
Ann-Marie MacDonald, Fall on Your Knees
3. "Things change, but only into themselves. Downstairs,"
Tabitha King, Candles Burning
4. "downstairs with his camera, coming in a big"
Paul Hutchens, Sugar Creek Gang Set Books 7-12
5. "I shoved on a dressing-gown, and flew downstairs like a mighty, rushing wind."
P.G. Wodehouse, The Inimitable Jeeves
6. "the clang of the band, letting loose, rang out like a brass kettle rolling downstairs,"
Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary
7. "I don't want to have this conversation. It's sunny out. There's bacon downstairs."
Libba Bray, A Great and Terrible Beauty
8. "She said very quietly, Mitch? What? There’s somebody downstairs. I know there is."
Elmore Leonard, 52 Pickup
9. "The people who were downstairs drinking ran upstairs for a better view of the upcoming fight."
Marie-Elena John, Unburnable
10. "the same kind of Diefenbachia that Grandmother Waterhouse used to have growing on the counter in her downstairs bathroom."
Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon