This best of stage seamen since bannisters time was born in 1780, and died only recently.
Then up she'd be coming, step by step, houlding on to the bannisters, dot and carry one.
I slid down the bannisters, not only to expedite matters but to save my ankle that had begun to remind me of its existence.
He leaned over the bannisters and spied the note on the hall table.
She went up the stairs, and when she had disappeared round the bend of the bannisters, John went into the sitting-room.
His hand gripped the bannisters, his heart leaped to his throat.
As he pulled the young lady upstairs, she caught hold of one of the bannisters with her hand, on which was a rich bracelet.
She fell last week over the bannisters of the stairs, and broke her arm.
Hilda leaned upon the bannisters, her arms dropping over from the elbows.
The bannisters are so broad and slippery—the very things for sliding on.