Synonyms of stamp in English:



  • 1 he threw his cigarette down and stamped on it
    trample, step, tread, tramp; crush, squash, flatten
  • 2 John stamped off, muttering
    stomp, stump, clomp, clump, tramp, thunder, lumber, trudge
  • 3 the binder would stamp his name on the inside edge of a front or back cover
    imprint, print, impress, punch, inscribe, engrave, chase, etch, carve, emboss, deboss, brand, frank, mark, label
  • 4 the date was stamped indelibly on his memory
    fix, inscribe, etch, carve, imprint, impress, register
  • 5 his style stamps him as a player to watch
    identify, characterize, brand, distinguish, mark out, set apart, single out, designate, categorize, classify
  • Phrases

    stamp something out

    urgent action is required to stamp out corruption
    [Antonyms] bring in introduce
    put an end toput a stop toendfinishget rid ofcrushput downcheckcrack down onweed outcurbnip in the budscotchsquashquashquellsubduesuppressrepressquenchextinguishstifleabolisheliminateeradicateterminatebeatovercomedefeatdestroydemolishannihilatewipe outextirpate informalsquelchput the kibosh onclobber


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  • 1 the whole project has the stamp of authority
    mark, hallmark, indication, label, brand, tag, badge, characteristics, peculiarity, attribute, sign, seal, sure sign, telltale sign, quality, smack, smell, savour, air
  • 2 the new prior was of a very different stamp from his predecessor
    type, kind, sort, variety, class, category, classification, style, description, condition, calibre, status, quality, nature, manner; design, shape, form, pattern, group, set, bracket, genre, species, rank, genus, family, order, breed, race, strain, generation, vintage, make, model, brand, ilk, kidney, cast, grain, mould; North Americanstripe
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