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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
stamp (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to pound or crush with a pestle or a heavy instrument
2.
a) (1) to strike or beat forcibly with the bottom of the foot
(2) to bring down (the foot) forcibly
b) to extinguish or destroy by or as if by with the foot - stamping usually used with out stamp out cancer
3.
a) - impress imprint stamp “paid” on the bill
b) to attach a stamp to
4.
to cut out, bend, or form with a stamp or die
5.
a) to provide with a distinctive character - stamped with a dreary, institutionalized look Bernard Taper
intransitive verb
b) - characterize stamped as honest women W. M. Thackeray
1.
- pound
2.
to strike or thrust the foot forcibly or noisily downward
stamp (noun)
1.
a device or instrument for - stamping
2.
the impression or mark made by stamping or imprinting
3.
a) a distinctive character, indication, or mark
b) a lasting imprint
4.
the act of stamping
5.
a or printed paper affixed in evidence that a tax has been paid - stamped , also - postage stamp
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
stamp (noun)
1.
a perceptible trace left by pressure
SYNONIMS:
impress, impression, imprint, stamp
RELATED WORDS:
dent, hollow, indent, indentation, indenture; mark, sign
stamp (noun)
2.
something that sets apart an individual from others of the same kind
SYNONIMS:
affection, attribute, attribution, character, criterion, diagnostic, differentia, feature, fingerprint, hallmark, mark, marker, note, particularity, peculiarity, point, property, quality, specific, stamp, touch, trait
RELATED WORDS:
badge, indication, sign; emblem, symbol, token; charm, grace; excellence, merit, virtue; eccentricity, idiosyncrasy, oddity, quirk; individuality, singularity, uniqueness
stamp (verb)
1.
to move heavily or clumsily
SYNONIMS:
barge, clomp, clump, flog, flounder, galumph, lump, plod, pound, scuff, scuffle, shamble, shuffle, slog, slough, stamp, stomp, stumble, stump, tramp, tromp, trudge
RELATED WORDS:
drag, flop, haul; blunder, careen, dodder, lurch, reel, stagger, sway, teeter, totter, waddle, weave, wobble ( wabble)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
drift, float, hang, hover, poise, waft
breeze, coast, glide, slide, waltz, whisk
stamp (verb)
2.
to tread on heavily so as to crush or injure
SYNONIMS:
champ, stamp, stomp, tramp, tromp
RELATED WORDS:
override, run down, run over, step (on); mash, pulp, smash, squash, squelch; boot, hoof, kick
stamp (verb)
to destroy all traces of
SYNONIMS:
abolish, black out, blot out, cancel, clean (up), efface, eradicate, erase, expunge, exterminate, extirpate, liquidate, obliterate, root (out), rub out, snuff (out), stamp (out), sweep (away), wipe out
RELATED WORDS:
decimate, demolish, destroy, devastate, ravage; dismantle, flatten, mow (down), raze, tear down; ruin, total, waste, wreck; blast, blow up, dash, dynamite, smash; atomize, consume, devour, dissolve, fragment, powder, pulverize, shatter, splinter; doom, finish, kill, kill off, terminate, zap; cancel, cut, discard, ditch, eject, excise, expel, jettison, oust, throw out
NEAR ANTONYMS:
conserve, preserve, protect, save; build, construct, create, fabricate, fashion, forge, form, frame, make, manufacture, shape; fix, mend, patch, rebuild, recondition, reconstruct, renew, renovate, repair, restore, revamp
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