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stamp

Synonyms of stamp in English:

verb

  • 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

    1
    urgent action is required to stamp out corruption
    [Antonyms] bring in, introduce
    put an end to, put a stop to, end, finish, get rid of, crush, put down, check, crack down on, weed out, curb, nip in the bud, scotch, squash, quash, quell, subdue, suppress, repress, quench, extinguish, stifle, abolish, eliminate, eradicate, terminate, beat, overcome, defeat, destroy, demolish, annihilate, wipe out, extirpate

    noun

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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 American stripe
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