- being in or toward the continental U.S.
- in or toward the continental U.S.
Origin of stateside
1940–45; (the) States + side1
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Examples from the Web for stateside
How much might such spirited competitions pique the interest of stateside TV audiences?Can Baseball’s All-Star Game Be Saved?
Peter C. Bjarkman
July 15, 2014
He kicked off his stateside appearances with the Arabian Nights Extravaganza XXVII at the Paris Grand Ballroom in Las Vegas.Gaza to Jersey: A Star is Born
November 25, 2013
After four weeks of stateside recovery and more surgeries, he walked for the first time since being wounded.Home on the Fourth of July: Two Marines, Two Purple Hearts
John Kael Weston
July 4, 2013
From the moment his name was floated, that attacks were all about the Jewish state and its most aggressive Stateside supporters.How The Pro-Israel Right Lost On Hagel
February 5, 2013
It took 13 months for The Inbetweeners Movie to make its stateside theatrical debut Sept. 7.British Raunchfest ‘The Inbetweeners Movie’ Tries to Make Its Mark in America
September 8, 2012
Oswald did carry it to—was the most extreme example I can think of stateside.
The stateside branch, which was headed by Larry Schmidt, and the overseas branch, which was headed by myself.
- of, in, to, or towards the US
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