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noun as in impression, symbol, seal

noun as in character

verb as in step on hard

verb as in imprint; press mark on

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Being a national park is a gold stamp of approval and excellence.

Three years later, according to the school, a package arrived with foreign stamps in the corner.

TechCrunch Editor-In-Chief Matthew Panzarino reviewed it in October and gave it his stamp of approval with very little reservation.

Daryl Morey has been the president of basketball operations for the Philadelphia 76ers for less than three weeks, but he has wasted no time putting his stamp on the team’s roster.

An in-person majority vote is all that’s needed for the committee to give its stamp of approval to Barrett and send her nomination to the full Senate floor.

Forget those silly “games played with the ball”; they are far “too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind.”

The Federal Duck Stamp Act raised the fee on stamps needed to hunt waterfowl on federal land from $15 to $25.

Official Donetsk Republic business was log-jammed because the high command had only one stamp for documents and identity papers.

Ad after ad I saw described Hagan as a “rubber stamp,” almost zombie-esque follower of Obama.

The stamp of authenticity can transform a painting without value to one worth millions.

“You must leave this house this moment,” she cried, with a stamp, with gleaming eyes and very pale.

While she flitted into the next room to fetch a stamp, Mrs. Haughstone, her needles arrested in mid-air, looked steadily at Tom.

It need not mention the sum to be paid for the land; it can be signed with a lead pencil: a stamp signature will suffice.

They are all, however, marked by the stamp of genius, and give but little trouble to a well informed connoisseur.

Of the 27 members of the Stamp Act Congress, few if any were inclined to rash or venturesome measures.


On this page you'll find 142 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stamp, such as: emblem, print, signature, sticker, brand, and cast.

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