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They now state they are only horses' bones, and not men's, as first stated.

I stated that the family were well and that Mr. Potts was as well as usual.

Burke winced, but he made shift to conceal his realization of the truth she had stated to him.

She stated the fact as one without a hint of any contradictory possibility.

He was seriously injured, but was stated in a London paper of August 21 to be out of danger.

We must be in a position to—What is your general idea, stated shortly?

Our three chaps were Englishmen, and I make no doubt belonged to the frigate, as stated.

The mere fact of her expulsion is stated without any comment.

The whole thing has been stated as to the circumstances and conditions.

Strother explained how he was situated, and stated that he hoped to have the money next week.

WORD ORIGIN

early 13c., "circumstances, temporary attributes of a person or thing, conditions," from Latin status "manner of standing, position, condition," noun of action from past participle stem of stare "to stand" from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Some Middle English senses are via Old French estat (French état; see estate).

The Latin word was adopted into other modern Germanic languages (e.g. German, Dutch staat) but chiefly in the political senses only. Meaning "physical condition as regards form or structure" is attested from late 13c. Meaning "mental or emotional condition" is attested from 1530s (phrase state of mind first attested 1749); colloquial sense of "agitated or perturbed state" is from 1837.

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