The furniture in this room is no worse than inharmonious, however, for we had to bring it all from downstairs
With that, he shook the snuff from his fingers as if he had shaken the dust from his feet, and quietly walked downstairs
I had a stupid intention of replying that I was going to wait, to hand her downstairs
The dog hurried downstairs
and dragged up every sail he could find.
They could not find anything, but once they heard a door bang and somebody scuttered downstairs
Poyser's coming downstairs
happened in the early part of February, when some mild weather thawed the last patch of snow on the Binton Hills.
When we went downstairs
we found a mug with "A Present from Tunbridge Wells" on it lighted up in the staircase window with a floating wick, and a young woman, with a swelled face bound up in a flannel bandage blowing the fire of the drawing-room (now connected by an open door with Mrs.
she said, and jumping off his back she went downstairs
I've been talking to him downstairs
," Aynesworth said.
She used to tumble downstairs
two or three times a week, then, because she never would allow any one to help her; and could not be brought to believe that she was as blind as a mole, and as rickety on her legs as a child of a year old.
But I do expect him to leave word downstairs
of the time at which he is likely to return.
But Mrs Nickleby was not to be so easily moved, for first she insisted on going upstairs to see that nothing had been left, and then on going downstairs
to see that everything had been taken away; and when she was getting into the coach she had a vision of a forgotten coffee-pot on the back-kitchen hob, and after she was shut in, a dismal recollection of a green umbrella behind some unknown door.
Now which will you have; that about Ivedy-Avedy, or about Humpy-Dumpy, who tumbled downstairs
, and yet after all came to the throne and married the princess?
I am afraid you'll be cold upstairs," observed Dolly, addressing Anna; "I want to move you downstairs
, and we shall be nearer.
He is downstairs
now, looking the picture of misery.