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stamper

[ stam-per ]
/ ˈstæm pər /
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noun
a person or thing that stamps.
(in a post office) an employee who applies postmarks and cancels postage stamps.
a pestle, especially one in a stamp mill.
a mold, usually of metal, from which disk recordings are pressed.
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Origin of stamper

First recorded in1350–1400, stamper is from the Middle English word stampere.See stamp, -er1
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