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stateside

or State·side

[ steyt-sahyd ]

adjective

  1. being in or toward the continental U.S.


adverb

  1. in or toward the continental U.S.

stateside

/ ˈsteɪtˌsaɪd /

adjective

  1. of, in, to, or towards the US


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Word History and Origins

Origin of stateside1

1940–45; (the) States (in the sense “the United States”) + side 1;
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Example Sentences

More than 60 cases of the variant strain have been identified across nine states since it was first detected stateside two weeks ago in Colorado.

He returned twice to Vietnam and said he “worked Saigon time” while stateside, sleeping for much of the day and writing through the night.

Alex Morgan recently returned stateside, but Rose Lavelle, Sam Mewis, Christen Press and Tobin Heath remain abroad.

These women—entrepreneurs and mid-career professionals—usually come stateside to shadow Fortune 500 executives and experience corporate America firsthand, applying those lessons to their own businesses when they return home.

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Hence, overseas companies that sell those products stateside are collecting fewer dollars.

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While still relatively unknown stateside, Bellucci is a reigning vixen in France and her native Italy.

And the band will be performing a few east coast dates stateside in mid-December.

Moebius premiered out of competition at the Venice Film Festival, and hit theaters stateside on August 15.

What happens when the young, rich characters bring their hard-partying, bed-hopping antics stateside?

How much might such spirited competitions pique the interest of stateside TV audiences?

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.

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