4. status

noun. (ˈstætəs, ˈsteɪtəs) A state at a particular time.
Synonyms
vacuolisation subservience vacuolation atonia dryness ski conditions atony condemnation need susceptibleness decline diversification xerotes immunity celibacy dishabille climate standardization fruition comfortableness guiltiness resistance discomfort atmosphere mode motivation despair disorder illumination astigmatism darkness regularisation pureness noise conditions soundness participation rustication prepossession psychological state scandalisation impurity protuberance anchorage regularization ascendancy nudeness condition dark involvement impureness position tautness laxity danger dominance mutism prognathism absolution encapsulation sinlessness niche ambiance sanitary condition urbanisation hyalinisation irradiation deification ennoblement ascendence leakiness guilt susceptibility orderliness ecological niche polarization uncomfortableness hospitalization mental condition ambience nomination financial condition emptiness vacuolization lactosuria way waterlessness curvature mechanization safety lubrication control preservation desperation rustiness astigmia unsoundness economic condition homelessness normality laxness nakedness innocence purity ascendency brutalization melioration tenseness deshabille submission frizz unsusceptibility fullness normalcy mood state mental state iniquity urbanization demand impaction wetness psychological condition physical condition eye condition health tensity circumstance malady order place brutalisation difficulty polarisation depilation hopefulness ascendance diversity hairlessness physiological condition physiological state comfort ionisation stigmatism serration environmental condition identification whiteness repair improvement declination light disorderliness saturation tilth automation situation virginity muteness standardisation exoneration amyotonia wickedness nudity mechanisation facilitation atonicity hyalinization mummification ionization silence tension scandalization impropriety reinstatement
Etymology