Synonyms of stamp
1 imprintDictionary • You may live only where the stamp in your passport says you may.
imprint • the imprint of his little finger
mark • Each book was adorned with the publisher's mark at the bottom of the spine.
brand • The brand on the barrel stood for Elbert Anderson and Uncle Sam.
mould • At first sight, he is not cast in the leading man mould.
earmark • a crime which bore all the earmarks of a professional job
2 stompDictionary • the stamp of feet on the stairs
tramp • the slow, heavy tramp of feet on the staircase
3 typeDictionary • Montgomerie's style is of a different stamp.
type • There are various types of the disease.
sort • What sort of person is he?
kind • Donations came in from all kinds of people.
form • He contracted a rare form of cancer.
cut • The cut of her clothes made her look slimmer and taller.
character (informal) • What an unpleasant character he is!
cast • Hers was an essentially optimistic cast of mind.
breed • the new breed of walking holidays
description • Events of this description occurred daily.
4 markDictionary • lawns and flowerbeds that bear the stamp of years of confident care
mark • The mark of a civilized society is that it looks after its weakest members.
indication • He gave no indication that he was ready to compromise.
hallmark • a technique that has become the hallmark of their films
badge • sporting a sword as their badge of citizenship
emblem • the emblem of the Red Cross
1 printDictionary • ‘Eat before July 14’ was stamped on the label.
print • indelibly printed on his memory
mark • How do you stop the horses marking the turf?
mould • We moulded a statue out of mud.
imprint • a racket with the club's badge imprinted on the strings
engrave • Her name was engraved on the goblet.
inscribe • They read the words inscribed on the walls of the monument.
2 stompDictionary • She stamped her feet on the pavement to keep out the cold.
stump • The marshal stumped out of the room.
clump • They went clumping up the stairs to bed.
3 trampleDictionary • He received a ban last week after stamping on the referee's foot.
trample • I don't want people trampling on the grass.
step • One of them accidentally stepped on my hand.
tread • She trod casually, enjoying the sensation of bare feet on grass.
PHRASAL VERBS:▷ stamp on something
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• sporting a sword as their badge of citizenship
• The brand on the barrel stood for Elbert Anderson and Uncle Sam.
brandWhen you brand an animal, you put a permanent mark on its skin in order to show who it belongs to, usually by burning a mark onto its skin.
• The owner couldn't be bothered to brand the cattle.
Thesaurus for stamp from the Collins English Thesaurus
to bring (the foot) down heavily (on the ground, etc)
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