Definition of "stamp"
  1. An official mark or seal placed on an item such as a legal document in compliance with a state or government tax requirement, or on paperwork that requires execution under specified conditions, indicating the payment of the duty or tax, or the fulfillment of the condition
How to use "stamp" in a sentence
  1. Before the lease agreement could be legally enforceable, it had to receive a stamp from the state tax authority.
  2. The grant deed wasn't considered legal until it had a stamp signifying that the required tax had been paid.
  3. The loan documents had a stamp indicating they had been executed under the specified conditions.

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