Definition of Rubberstamp

1. Verb. Stamp with a rubber stamp, usually an indication of official approval on a document.

Exact synonyms: Handstamp
Generic synonyms: Stamp
Derivative terms: Handstamp



2. Verb. Approve automatically.
Generic synonyms: Approve

Definition of Rubberstamp

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of rubber stamp) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubberstamp

rubberising
rubberize
rubberized
rubberizes
rubberizing
rubberless
rubberlike
rubberneck
rubbernecked
rubbernecker
rubberneckers
rubbernecking
rubbernecks
rubberoid
rubbers
rubberstamp (current term)
rubberstamped
rubberstamping
rubberstamps
rubberwear
rubberwood
rubbery
rubbery figures
rubbet
rubbidge
rubbidges
rubbies
rubbing
rubbing alcohol
rubbing out

Literary usage of Rubberstamp

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1. Catalogue by Dulau & Co., ltd., Booksellers, London (1845)
"One of a limited issue, signed by the author. 623 LAWRENCE (DH). Sea and Sardinia. 4to. 1923 153. The first edition ; bookseller's rubberstamp impression on ..."

2. The Dramatist, a Journal of Dramatic Technology by Luther Anthony, B., Luther B. Anthony (1919)
"A possible way to employ Nemesis in driving home the thumbprint theory might be to have the innocent man convicted on this rubberstamp counterfeit and then ..."

3. A Text-book of Mechanical Drawing, and Elementary Machine Design by John Simpson Reid, David Reid (1908)
"... Put a circle around old figure and write new figure beside it with date 8 Make new tracing 5 Red ink with date 8 Use rubberstamp " Revised" with date, ..."

4. Iraq Speaks: Documents on the Gulf Crisis (1993)
"This shows that what was wanted was merely a farce in which the Arab leaders would meet to rubberstamp a prepared resolution in order for it to be said that ..."

5. End The Biggest Educational And Intellectual Blunder In History: A $100,000 by Norman W. Edmund (2005)
"The panel often does little more than rubberstamp the staff's work. “Consensus” Is not always the answer. Today, in my educational ..."

6. From Conflict to Negotiation: Nature-Based Development on South Africa's by Robin Palmer, Hermann Timmermans, Derick Fay (2002)
"... role was as a 'rubberstamp' for decisions taken at more local levels. These administrative arrangements were already in a state of collapse under the ..."

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