stamp with

stamp (someone or something) with (something)

To imprint or impress some label, mark, words, or design onto someone or something. At the final stage of manufacturing process, a machine stamps the toys with the company's logo. The assessor stamped the application with the word "DENIED" in big red letters. The bouncer stamped each of us with specific symbols as we entered the club so the bartenders would know whether they could serve us drinks or not.
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stamp someone or something with something

to affix a label onto someone or something with something; to apply a particular message or symbol onto someone or something, as with a rubber stamp. Judy stamped everyone who went into the dance with a symbol that showed that each had paid admission. Mary stamped the bill with the PAID symbol.
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References in classic literature ?
I hate you--I hate you--I hate you--" a louder stamp with each assertion of hatred.
The second stamp was issued on March 22, on Water Conservation (Water) commemorative stamp with the message 'Water is life: Start Conserving It'.
And the Soviet Union created an aluminum stamp with fluorescent ink in celebration of Cosmonaut's Day in 1965.
Australia-the first country to issue Christmas stamps in 1957-also created the controversial Christmas stamp with Santa Claus riding a surfboard in 1977.
You may need to get two different stamps: one to stamp wooden boxes, crates, pallets and skids, and another stamp with DUN on it to mark dunnage.
airmail stamp with the "upside-down," or inverted, bioplane.