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half landing

noun
  1. a landing halfway up a flight of stairs
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  • June tossed her head and passed down on to the half-landing.

    The Forsyte Saga, Volume III.

    John Galsworthy

  • When she turned, there was George Cannon on the half-landing beneath the skylight!

    Hilda Lessways

    Arnold Bennett

  • And then it was more a vibration of the floor, behind the curtains of the half-landing, than an actual sound.

    Witching Hill

    E. W. Hornung

  • There were three stairs down to the half-landing, but Uvo sat up too late at nights not to know the one that creaked.

    Witching Hill

    E. W. Hornung

  • It is entirely without independent ventilation until the half-landing above the drawing-room is reached.

    The Dwelling House

    George Vivian Poore