stateside

[steyt-sahyd]
adjective
1.
being in or toward the continental U.S.
adverb
2.
in or toward the continental U.S.
Also, Stateside.


Origin:
1940–45; (the) States + side1

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stateside (ˈsteɪtˌsaɪd)
 
adj, —adv
of, in, to, or towards the US

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Example sentences
More foreign policy experience is good for her, but not at the expense of
  stateside campaigning.
Working stateside, you're likely to make the same amount in a month.
Reception of a presidential visit, let alone an apology, would be highly
  controversial stateside.
That's why the people's game, played in every corner of the globe, has trouble
  catching on stateside.
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