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Use "stairhead" in a sentence
"A ballad flying from voice to voice across the country, sung at the ingle-neuk, repeated from one to another in the little crowd at a "stairhead," in which the grossest humorous view was the best adapted for the people, represented popular literature."
"Stately, plump Buck Mulligan came from the stairhead, bearing a bowl of lather on which a mirror and a razor lay crossed."
"She didn't even gasp; after a second her mouth opened wide, and when I drew her in with a hand on her rump she clung like a good 'un while I kneaded avidly and breathed in her heavy perfume ... and then the blasted butler's step sounded at the stairhead, and she broke away, flushed and laughing, and quickly drew herself up, mock demure."