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Stamp

Definition of stamp:

part of speech: verb

To strike with the sole of the foot, by thrusting it down: to impress with some mark or figure: to imprint: to fix deeply: to coin: to form: ( B.) to pound.

part of speech: noun

The act of stamping: the mark made by pressing something on a soft body: an instrument for making impressions on other bodies: that which is stamped: an official mark put on things chargeable with duty, as proof that the duty is paid: a small piece of paper having a certain figure impressed by the government, sold to the public to be attached to a paper, letter, or document liable to duty, in order to show that such has been paid; as, a postage stamp, a receipt stamp: an instrument for cutting materials into a certain shape by a downward pressure: cast: form: character: a heavy hammer worked by machinery for crushing metal ores.

part of speech: verb

To strike downward with the foot.

part of speech: noun

STAMPER, STAMPING.

part of speech: verb

To step or plant the foot firmly down.

part of speech: verb

To strike with the sole of the foot; impress with some figure; imprint; coin; form.

part of speech: noun

The act of making a mark or impress; a mark or design impressed upon a surface; as, the stamp on a coin; an implement or machine for making such a mark; a die; a small piece of paper, having a certain device and value printed on it, sold by the government, and fastened to a letter, document, etc., as payment of a fee or tax; as, a postage stamp; characteristic quality or nature; as, the picture bears the stamp of genius; sort; kind; as, avoid men of his stamp; act of striking downward with the foot; a heavy downward blow with the foot.

part of speech: verb

To strike or beat the foot forcibly downward.

part of speech: verb

To mark with a design by means of a die, etc.; as, to stamp a coin; impress a copy of an something; as, to stamp one's initials on note paper; put a stamp upon; as, to stamp a letter; to label; brand; as, our acts stamp our characters; fix deeply; as, to stamp a scene on the memory; to set ( the foot) down heavily; crush by such a motion; as, to stamp anything under foot; crush or grind into powder.

part of speech: noun

Act of stamping; imprint; instrument for stamping; official mark or ticket indicating the payment of dues; form; character.

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