Gissing, wise by now, knew that after a forager the mosquito always retires to the ceiling, so he kept a stepladder in the room.
Don't forget the stepladder, and plenty of tacks and string.
Ostentatiously he borrowed a stepladder and stretched the cloth across the front of his store, from post to post.
He slipped it into his pocket and stood up on the stepladder.
In a corner opposite the fireplace there was a stepladder or very steep staircase, only twenty-seven inches wide.
She skipped up the stepladder as joyously as a kitten climbs a tree.
So he got a stepladder, propped it up against the side of the house, and looked in through the window.
He had a stepladder and a can of paint and things, and he had a camera, too.
Mrs. Dodge, from the lofty elevation of a stepladder, looked across the room.
But the clothesline was so high that Puss had been forced to climb a stepladder.