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starve to die or suffer from not eating and drinking. [5 definitions]
starved suffering from extreme deprivation of food. [2 definitions]
starveling an organism suffering from starvation. [3 definitions]
Star Wars a popular science fiction saga based on a series of commercially-successful motion pictures, the first of which was released in 1977. [2 definitions]
stash to hide or store secretly (sometimes fol. by "away"). [2 definitions]
stasis the state of equilibrium or balance between opposing forces; motionlessness. [2 definitions]
-stat an instrument or agent that stabilizes or controls, as by keeping something at a set level. [2 definitions]
state the condition of a person or thing according to its characteristics or circumstances. [11 definitions]
stateable combined form of state.
statecraft the art of leading or governing a nation; statesmanship.
stated fixed; established. [2 definitions]
statehood the condition, position, or status of being a state, esp. of the United States.
statehouse the official meeting place of a state legislature; state capitol.
stateless having no official nationality.
stately grand or majestic. [3 definitions]
statement something stated; assertion; declaration. [3 definitions]
state of the art the ultimate level of advancement or development available in an object, process, or the like at a given time.
stateroom a private bedroom on a ship or train.
state's evidence evidence given by or for the state, esp. in criminal cases. [2 definitions]
stateside of, in, or toward the forty-eight contiguous states of the United States.
statesman a man who is experienced in government, esp. one who shows skill, wisdom, diplomacy, and leadership in dealing with public issues such as foreign policy.