stamp

Part of speech: noun

Kind; sort.

Part of speech:

STAMPER, STAMPING.

Part of speech: verb

To make by impressing.

Part of speech: verb

To impress by a stamp.

Part of speech: verb

To affix a stamp upon.

Part of speech: verb

To bring down quickly and heavily, as the foot.

Part of speech: verb

To crush ( ores).

Part of speech: verb

To stigmatize.

Part of speech: verb

To strike the foot forcibly upon the ground.

Part of speech: noun

A mark made by stamping; device; design.

Part of speech: noun

An implement or machine for stamping.

Part of speech: noun

The act of stamping.

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Usage examples "stamp":

  1. There is more thought and reflection in it, and the sentiments bear the stamp of a profound and elevated mind. - "The Idler in France", Marguerite Gardiner.
  2. Again the dancing commenced, but this time it was not the harmless measure of the stamp- dance. - "The Maid of the Whispering Hills", Vingie E. Roe.
  3. A fine stamp of humanity is the Cotswold labourer; and may his shadow never grow less. - "A Cotswold Village", J. Arthur Gibbs.