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Origin of status
synonym study for status
OTHER WORDS FROM statusnon·sta·tus, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for status
Blogs, for example, are all too similar to commonplace books, as are Tweets, Facebook statuses, and Tumblr posts.Social Media: Nothing New? Commonplace Books As Predecessor to Pinterest|Kelsey McKinney|August 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They are both iconic, and their iconic statuses conjure feelings from both ends of the emotional spectrum.
Gawker also implied that Porn Wikileaks has revealed the performers' STD statuses, which, so far, isn't true.
As for Barbie's happiness with her original love, time and their Facebook statuses will tell.
British Dictionary definitions for status
noun plural -tuses
Word Origin for status
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Cultural definitions for status
The relative position of an individual within a group, or of a group within a society.