stamp

All Noun Verb
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  • Info Securities Trading Access Messaging Protocol (STAMP) is a message format protocol used in Canadian stock market describing electronic communications between exchange and brokers used to conduct business on the exchange similar to CMS protocol used by NYSE.
  • The mother held the door open while he came stamping into the house. ...
  • I can't understand half you say while you are stamping around like that.
  • This was also the only stamp issued by the post office that year. ...
  • Why not stamp the letters and immediately cast them in metal in the same machine? ...
  • I cannot say how many, but at night I have heard them stamping. ...
  • Other countries soon followed in example the United Kingdom with their own stamps. ...
  • As he went about, springs of water appeared where he stamped his foot. ...
  • They stamped out the slave trade going north-east around the lake. ...
  • Do you ever show your anger by stamping on the ground with your feet? ...
  • Note that many of these people have been featured on multiple stamps. ...
  • Local stamp clubs host smaller shows, some several times each year. ...
  • The Bell stamp became very popular and sold out in little time. ...
  • They were just yards away - you could hear them talking and stamping their feet to keep warm. ...
  • These stamps were heavily used and are still quite common today. ...
  • Two minutes later some one came stamping along the corridor of the town house. ...
  • This may be the first Canadian stamp not to show the subject's face. ...
  • Rare stamps are often old and many have interesting stories attached to them. ...
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Meaning of stamp

  • noun A type or class
    more men of his stamp are needed
  • noun A symbol that is the result of printing or engraving
    he put his stamp on the envelope
  • noun Machine consisting of a heavy bar that moves vertically for pounding or crushing ores
  • noun A block or die used to imprint a mark or design
  • verb To mark, or produce an imprint in or on something
    a man whose name is permanently stamped on our maps
  • verb Reveal clearly as having a certain character
    His playing stamps him as a Romantic
  • verb Affix a stamp to
    Are the letters properly stamped?
  • verb Destroy or extinguish as if by stamping with the foot
    Stamp fascism into submission, stamp out tyranny
  • verb Form or cut out with a mold, form, or die
    stamp needles
  • verb Crush or grind with a heavy instrument
    stamp fruit extract the juice