endorse

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  • He has lived his life endorsing the good and its strength over evil.
  • It also offers a series of member events and endorses some industry events.
  • However, this effort failed when the union members did not endorse the change.
  • There were six books during this time that endorsed the concept of free love.
  • All the major parties endorsed the principles and they were largely put into effect when peace returned.
  • First Nations groups endorsed it as did some women's groups and business leaders.
  • He went on to say that he wasn't endorsing any particular party.
  • However, when the agreement was presented to those outside they refused to endorse it.
  • When a joined agreement has been reached, then the President shall endorse a bill into law.
  • It makes the matter plain, endorsing what has been said and adding new points. Cited from The Vital Message, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • He eventually chose not to run, and did not endorse any other candidate.
  • How kind was the collection of letters you made more precious by endorsing! Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 3
  • One particularly controversial question is whether media organizations should endorse political candidates for office.
  • Another element wanted to go on record against universal military training while still others were for endorsing it. Cited from The Story of The American Legion, by George Seay Wheat
  • But as for endorsing him -- no, not until he has given further proof. Cited from The Blind Spot, by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
  • Some store owners endorse her work and encourage others to do similar work as well.
  • They endorsed his participation when he promised that he would stop immediately if he began to experience any heart problems.
  • They endorsed the proposal, and have set up a task group to make further progress.
  • The paper at first stopped short of endorsing a full split from Mexico.
  • A state religion (or established church) is a religious body officially endorsed by the state.
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Meaning of endorse

  • verb Sign as evidence of legal transfer
    endorse cheques