- bannister's disease,
- bannister, sir roger gilbert,
Origin of banister
Examples from the Web for bannister
She gripped the bannister while her panic-stricken eyes sought Hughie in the crowded office.The Fighting Shepherdess |Caroline Lockhart
In Bannister's time, a farce was performed under the title of "Fire and Water."The Jest Book|Mark Lemon
"Y'u have a very persistent cousin, Mr. Bannister," said McWilliams, coming forward from the alcove with shining eyes.
Nora and the young man who belonged to her followed him from the room, leaving Bannister and his hostess alone.
They shifted him to the Torgau, an' bade me wait for the Breslau under young Bannister.The Day's Work, Volume 1|Rudyard Kipling
1660s, unexplained corruption of baluster. As late as 1830 condemned as "vulgar," it is now accepted. Surname Bannister is from Old French banastre "basket," hence, "basket-maker."