[ɛndˈɔːs], [ɛndˈɔːs], [ɛ_n_d_ˈɔː_s]

Definitions of endorse:

  1.   To authorize; to write on the back of; said of a check or note. Also, indorse. – The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
  2.   See Indorse. – The Clarendon dictionary. By William Hand Browne, Samuel Stehman Haldeman. Published 1894.
  3.   See Indorse, Indorsement. – Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
  4.   Same as Indorse. – Newage Dictionary DB

Quotes for endorse:

  1. All of these reissues were not authorized by me, I do not endorse them, the live album was put out without my permission, and I've not seen a dime at this point, either. – Jello Biafra
  2. Having played an angel for so long, you can imagine that I've been asked to endorse any number of causes over the years. Obviously I have to limit my participation with any charity, so I decided to really concentrate on my love of children. – Roma Downey
  3. Then, after I came home from Europe, I found I was under condemnation; and I was condemned at that time because I did not endorse the financial policy of the General Conference. – John Harvey Kellogg
  4. The immigration thing has to be brought to a head, and I feel that the best way to do that is endorse the worst, in the sense of he is a racist and he knows what I'm talking about. – Tom Metzger
  5. If there were something that I was going to endorse it would probably be something like sneakers. – Justin Timberlake

Usage examples for endorse:

  1. Indeed, in spite of all his sport, he almost agreed with Hood- " There's something in a horse That I can always honour, but never could endorse – The History of "Punch" by M. H. Spielmann
  2. The fifty dollars was just enough to pay the interest and I could endorse it on the back of the note. ” – The Bark Covered House or, Back in the Woods Again by William Nowlin
  3. “ I did not believe much in what he said, nor could I reasonably endorse many of his statements; but he did it all so genially and naturally that one felt almost ashamed to question the matter of his discourse. ” – At Large by Arthur Christopher Benson
  4. In fact, I suspect that you yourself would endorse it emphatically, especially when I admit that the premise is correct from which the conclusion is drawn. ” – Windyridge by W. Riley
  5. At least two separate calls have been issued by the German workers to organize exactly as the I. W. W. The recently formed 'Freie Arbeiter Union' is also a federation of industrial unions that endorse our principles. ” – The Red Conspiracy by Joseph J. Mereto
  6. Does it ever occur to you, my dear, that Blake might not always endorse your opinion? ” – Lover or Friend by Rosa Nouchette Carey
  7. Do not endorse a draft with just your name, for in that case, anyone into whose hands it falls may collect. ” – Business Hints for Men and Women by Alfred Rochefort Calhoun
  8. This was an attitude of mind which Ulster could endorse although it did not fully represent Ulster's conviction: but this was the case which Sir Edward Carson always made on behalf of Ulster, and he made it as an Irishman whose personal interests and connections lay in the South of Ireland, not in the North. ” – John Redmond's Last Years by Stephen Gwynn
  9. But he was far from desiring to endorse the colonel's inferred claim as to the purity of his business methods. ” – Jack O' Judgment by Edgar Wallace
  10. If a theist retorts that it is, after all, of very little importance whether or not we are able to divine the methods of creation, so long as the facts are there to attest that, in some way or other, the observable phenomena of nature must be due to Intelligence of some kind as their ultimate cause, then I am the first to endorse this remark. ” – Thoughts on Religion by George John Romanes

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