Downstairs [noun]

Definition of Downstairs:

bottom of a room; level of a multistory building

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Sentence/Example of Downstairs:

I went downstairs to get something and I heard one of the security team say to another, “Dude, I think they ought to lock these doors.”

He favors complete focus on Bills games, and so Johnson retreated to the third-floor attic, alone, while his wife and kids watched downstairs.

He’d sneak downstairs to make one for himself, but I’d always find him.

We dress early for our reservation to allow a little time downstairs for a game of pool.

Whenever people lingered downstairs or smoked out on the patio, staff ushered them back to their rooms.

The night wore on, and the clock downstairs was striking the hour of two when she suddenly awakened.

He could lie in bed and string himself tales of travel and adventure while Harry was downstairs.

Shrieking inarticulate anathema, he rushed downstairs, the man in the green baize apron following at his heels.

The detective went downstairs and talked with Mrs. McCarthy a few minutes, and then took his leave.

She was so bewildered as to be more alive to the present distress of his condition than to the vague horrors downstairs.