descended (part of speech: verb)
followed (part of speech: verb)
- A great peace had descended upon that much- tossed soul. - "Red Pottage", Mary Cholmondeley.
- While these thoughts were passing through his mind, a lady came out upon the porch, and descended the steps. - "The Late Mrs. Null", Frank Richard Stockton.
- Everything was arranged as the Baron had planned, and ten minutes later the Baroness and Sabina descended the stairs together in silence and reached the great entrance. - "The Heart of Rome", Francis Marion Crawford.