adverb. ['ˈdaʊnˈstɛrz'] on a floor below.
- on a lower floor
Words that Rhyme with Downstairs
Example sentences of the word downstairs
1. Noun, plural
They feature one bedroom downstairs and two queen size beds upstairs.
2. Verb, past participle
Two of these rooms are located upstairs and one is downstairs.
3. Verb, 3rd person singular present
If you want something more casual, Waves Beachside Cafe downstairs serves up appetizers, cocktails and lighter fare.
4. Noun, singular or mass
Two-story houses will have one return downstairs and another upstairs.
In the downstairs half-bath, Society6's removable terrazzo wallpaper mirrors our recent obsession with the trend.
Quotes containing the word downstairs
1. The secret to a happy marriage is if you can be at peace with someone within four walls, if you are content because the one you love is near to you, either upstairs or downstairs, or in the same room, and you feel that warmth that you don't find very often, then that is what love is all about.
- Bruce Forsyth
2. I visited Jobs for the last time in his Palo Alto, Calif., home. He had moved to a downstairs bedroom because he was too weak to go up and down stairs. He was curled up in some pain, but his mind was still sharp and his humor vibrant.
- Walter Isaacson
3. She had lolled about for three years at Girton with the kind of books she could equally have read at home--Jane Austen, Dickens, Conrad, all in the library downstairs, in complete sets. How had that pursuit, reading the novels that others took as their leisure, let her think she was superior to anyone else?
- Ian McEwan, Atonement
adjective. ['ˈdaʊnˈstɛrz'] on or of lower floors of a building.