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state US English

The particular condition that someone or something is in at a specific time

Bay State US English

a nickname for the state of Massachusetts.

Gem State US English

a nickname for Idaho.

red state US English

A US state that predominantly votes for or supports the Republican Party

sea state US English

The degree of turbulence at sea, generally measured on a scale of 0 to 9 according to average wave height

two-state US English

Capable of existing in either of two states or conditions

Aloha State US English

a nickname for the state of Hawaii.

Bayou State US English

a nickname for the state of Louisiana.

blue state US English

A US state that predominantly votes for or supports the Democratic Party

city state US English

A city that with its surrounding territory forms an independent state

civil state US English

The state of being single, married, divorced, or widowed; a person’s marital status

Corn State US English

a nickname for the state of Iowa.

Free State US English

(Before the Civil War) a state of the US in which slavery was illegal

First State US English

a nickname for the state of Delaware.

Karen State US English

A state in southeastern Burma (Myanmar), on the border with Thailand; capital, Pa-an. Inaugurated in 1954 as an autonomous state of Burma, it was given the traditional Karen name of Kawthoolay in 1964, but reverted to Karen after the 1974 constitution limited its autonomy. The people are engaged in armed conflict with the government in an attempt to gain independence

rogue state US English

A nation or state regarded as breaking international law and posing a threat to the security of other nations

Slave State US English

Any of the southern states of the US in which slavery was legal before the Civil War

solid state US English

The state of matter in which materials are not fluid but retain their boundaries without support, the atoms or molecules occupying fixed positions with respect to one another and unable to move freely

Sioux State US English

a nickname for the state of North Dakota.

swing state US English

A US state where the two major political parties have similar levels of support among voters, viewed as important in determining the overall result of a presidential election

state house US English

The building where a state legislature meets

state trial US English

A trial in which prosecution is made by the state

state visit US English

A ceremonial visit to a foreign country by a head of state

wait state US English

The condition of computer software or hardware being unable to process further instructions while waiting for some event such as the completion of a data transfer

Wheat State US English

a nickname for the state of Kansas.

nanny state US English

The government regarded as overprotective or as interfering unduly with personal choice

Ocean State US English

a nickname for the state of Rhode Island.

Peach State US English

a nickname for the state of Georgia.

altered state US English

A state of mind that differs from the normal state of consciousness, typically one induced by drugs, hypnosis, or mental disorder

Beaver State US English

a nickname for the state of Oregon.

Beehive State US English

a nickname for the state of Utah.

Badger State US English

a nickname for the state of Wisconsin.

Boomer State US English

a nickname for the state of Oklahoma.

border state US English

Any of the slave states that bordered the northern free states during the US Civil War

Buckeye State US English

a nickname for the state of Ohio.

buffer state US English

A small neutral country, situated between two larger hostile countries, serving to prevent the outbreak of regional conflict

Cotton State US English

a nickname for the state of Alabama.

Cowboy State US English

a nickname for the state of Wyoming.

Coyote State US English

a nickname for the state of South Dakota.

Empire State US English

a nickname for the state of New York.

failed state US English

A state whose political or economic system has become so weak that the government is no longer in control

Diamond State US English

a nickname for the state of Delaware.

Garden State US English

a nickname for the state of New Jersey.

ground state US English

The lowest energy state of an atom or other particle

Gopher State US English

a nickname for the state of Minnesota.

Granite State US English

a nickname for the state of New Hampshire.

Golden State US English

a nickname for the state of California.

Goober State US English

a nickname for the state of Georgia.

Hawkeye State US English

a nickname for the state of Iowa.

Jayhawk State US English

a nickname for the state of Kansas.


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