Example sentences for: stamps

How can you use “stamps” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • William B. Perot (pronounced “Pea-rut”) went one stage further in 1848 when he began to produce his own postage stamps; only 11 are known to exist today, making each one extremely valuable.

  • Blue-and-white agapanthus cling to the top of the promontory, and pine and eucalyptus creep right to the edge, but an even greater degree of daring can be seen hundreds of feet below, where farmers have managed to salvage tiny plots of arable land, terracing them into little green postage stamps stuck onto the sides and base of the cliff.

  • Hazmi and Mihdhar decided to go there as well, reportedly because they thought it would enhance their cover as tourists to have passport stamps from a popular tourist destination such as Thailand.

  • It's this: Is the president's new emphasis on food stamps an attempt to create an issue for the first lady to use against New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, whose administration has been accused of making it too hard to get the stamps?

  • "In the short term, readjustment hits EITC, Social Security, WIC, food stamps, and school lunches," says Dean Baker of the Economic Policy Institute, "but in the long term, taxes will be 30 [percent] or 40 percent higher."


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