Pronunciation of Endorse
/ɛndˈɔːs/, /ɛndˈɔːs/, /ɛ_n_d_ˈɔː_s/
Synonyms for endorse:
relaunch, undersign, root for, stand for, speak up for, mail out, declare for, stick up for, signatory, agree to, associate with, John Hancock, countersign, publicize, sign on the dotted line, sign out, sign in, sympathize, sign over, guarantee, position, bill as, plug for, stick by, persecute, cosign, stick together, go in for, market, urge, buttress, sign away.
come out for.
stick up for, stick by, stake.
stand by, speak up for.
cosign, sign for.
Other synonyms and related words:
evidence, plunk for, guarantee, inscribe, patronize, back up, stomach, bear, subscriber, digest, vouch, advocate, sign, abide, subscribe, hold up, patronage, plug, bet on, gage, tolerate, defend, prove, demonstrate, uphold, patronise, initial, bear out, witness, manifest, signatory, second, substantiate, endure, undersign, back, visa, countersign, establish, autograph, buttress, show, agree to, cosign, favor, recognize, suffer, go in for, signature, hype, relaunch, place, ally, sign for, promote, advertise, keep going, urge, brook, align, indorse, fend for, hold, plump for, license, sponsor, punt, signing.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
advocate, stand by.
Sense 6 (noun)
support, verify, set down, propound, ratify, profess, maintain, validate, assert, attest, proclaim, submit, assure, avouch, aver, express, contend, admit, state, warrant, corroborate, adjure, certify, testify, pronounce, claim, sustain, acknowledge, declare.
countersign a check (verb)
undersign, sign, autograph, subscribe, cosign.
support, authorize (verb)
uphold, sustain, approve, praise, recommend, ratify, bless, defend, favor, witness, attest, authenticate, back, underwrite, back up, guarantee, sanction, certify, second, warrant, advocate, commend, affirm, confirm.
Usage examples for endorse:
- 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", George John Romanes.
- There are here and there things that a Catholic would not entirely endorse in Canon Beeching's sermon, yet, on the whole, it is a very sane and fair presentation of what a Christian must think in reading " De Profundis." - "Oscar Wilde", Leonard Cresswell Ingleby.