Definition of Gummed label

1. Noun. An adhesive label.

Exact synonyms: Paster, Sticker
Generic synonyms: Label
Specialized synonyms: Bookplate, Ex Libris
Derivative terms: Paste, Stick



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gummed Label

gumbotils
gumdrop
gumdrops
gumless
gumlike
gumline
gumlines
gumma
gummas
gummata
gummatous
gummatous abscess
gummatous syphilid
gummatous ulcer
gummed
gummed label (current term)
gummered
gummering
gummers
gummi
gummi bear
gummi bears
gummier
gummies
gummiest
gummiferous
gummily
gumminess
gumminesses

Literary usage of Gummed label

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1. The American Annual of Photography (1909)
"A large white gummed label for the address is pasted near the centre of the package. A smaller gummed label on which the name and address of sender are ..."

2. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery Reprinted by American Medical Association, Arthur Joseph Cramp (1921)
"A small glass vial containing eight large, pink, uncoated tablets. Wrapped around the bottle, but not attached to it, was a gummed label on which was ..."

3. Commercial Catalogue Compiling: "How to "build" a Catalogue" by Seymour W. Waterhouse (1916)
"227 Dennison's gummed label.* On the same corner of one or more (up to five) duplicate catalogues a yellow gummed label* should be affixed. ..."

4. The Gas Record (1918)
"... and they gave to women who visited the gas offices and attended lectures, 90000 gummed label booklets. The campaign is gathering momentum every day. ..."

5. Men's Wear. [semi-monthly] (1910)
"The gummed label HE gummed label which we furnish to manufacturers of ready-made clothing who buy "Moore" All Wool cloths, gives to the retailer a simple ..."

6. Manual of Petrographic Methods by Albert Johannsen (1918)
"Immediately upon collecting the specimen it should be labeled, preferably by attaching a gummed label and writing the number upon it with ink. ..."

7. Manual of Petrographic Methods by Albert Johannsen (1918)
"Immediately upon collecting the specimen it should be labeled, preferably by attaching a gummed label and writing the number upon it with ink. ..."

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