imprimatur

[ im-pri-mah-ter, -mey-, -prahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF imprimatur

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I mean it depends on his permission; his imprimatur; his nihil obstat.

Work of men's hands they may be, but they bear the imprimatur of nature.

In the new creation of the human mind it was Imprimatur—let it be printed.

The Vice-Chancellor's imprimatur (for it was printed at Oxford) is dated the 19th, 1713.

This imprimatur is stamped upon the first page of the text in every book.

He passed this section of work or that, and gave the other his imprimatur.

On the verso of the half-title is the Imprimatur, dated February 6, 1722.

So this book sees the light with their imprimatur, and we therefore publish it with the greatest confidence.

This collection also contains a number of trial and "imprimatur" sheets of British stamps.

Imprimatur nevertheless was the concluding word,—with these grave abatements, and rhadamanthine admonitions.

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