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Rubber stamp   /rˈəbər stæmp/   Listen
Rubber stamp

noun
1.
A stamp (usually made of rubber) for imprinting a mark or design by hand.  Synonym: handstamp.
2.
Routine authorization of an action without questions.






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"Rubber stamp" Quotes from Famous Books



... "legalised," and this must be done at the Embassy, not at the Consulate. The individual bringing the document has to make a sworn affidavit that the contents of his papers are true; he then signs it, the dry-seal of the Embassy is embossed on it, and a rubber stamp impressed, declaring that the affidavit has been duly sworn to before a member of the Embassy staff. This is then signed and dated, and the process is complete. There were strings of people daily in Berlin with documents to be legalised, and on a little shelf in the Chancery reposed an Authorized ...
— The Days Before Yesterday • Lord Frederick Hamilton



Words linked to "Rubber stamp" :   seal, stamp, authorization, handstamp, empowerment, authorisation



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