The particular condition that someone or something is in at a specific time
the state of the economy
I stated my views
Selected (usually by nomination or vote) to represent one's state in a match or competition.
A nickname for the state of Massachusetts.
A nickname for Idaho.
The state of New South Wales.
A state which is rich in oil deposits; (also, with the and capital initials) †(a name for) the state of Pennsylvania (obsolete rare).
A US state that predominantly votes for or supports the Republican Party
The degree of turbulence at sea, generally measured on a scale of 0 to 9 according to average wave height
A bed or throne used by a monarch or other person of high rank to receive visitors, being typically richly decorated and having a canopy or baldachin.
A day on which a state occasion takes place (now historical and rare).
A law of the State; (also) a law of a state, as contrasted with a federal law; (as a mass noun) such laws as a body.
Managed, administered, or owned by the government of a nation. Also (originally US): managed, administered, or owned by a state government.
Capable of existing in either of two states or conditions
A nickname for the state of Hawaii.
Chiefly Metallurgy. The state of a substance designated by the term alpha.
A nickname for the state of Louisiana.
A US state that predominantly votes for or supports the Democratic Party
A city that with its surrounding territory forms an independent state
The state of being single, married, divorced, or widowed; a person’s marital status
A nickname for the state of Iowa.
The state of having (religious) faith.
A nickname for the state of Delaware.
(Before the Civil War) a state of the US in which slavery was illegal
Any of the countries which surround the Persian Gulf; frequently in plural.
An imaginary perfectly constituted political community, harmonious and stable.
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
= mint condition.
The government regarded as overprotective or as interfering unduly with personal choice
A state whose economy is dependent on the trade in illegal drugs
A nickname for the state of Rhode Island.
Any of the territories over which the Pope exercised sovereignty, especially (in plural) those in central Italy (now historical except with reference to the Vatican, which was established as an independent state in 1929).
A state in which power is held exclusively by one political party.
A nickname for the state of Georgia.
The condition of an engraving, as affected by from the number of impressions that have been printed from the plate.
(In a redox system) the ratio of the concentration of the oxidized species to the concentration of the reduced species.
A state through which a river flows, or which has a river as a frontier or border; chiefly in plural referring to all the states connected in these ways to a particular river.
A nation or state regarded as breaking international law and posing a threat to the security of other nations
A nickname for the state of North Dakota.
Any of the southern states of the US in which slavery was legal before the Civil War
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
A bank owned and run by the government of a country, especially a central or national bank which issues currency, holds and manages exchange reserves, etc.
= state room.
The building where a state legislature meets
The border of a state.
Belonging to, funded by, and controlled by the government
An official document in which some matter concerning a government or nation is published or expounded; also in extended use.
A park managed by the state in which it is located.
= phase space.