indorse indorse


  1. (v) be behind; approve of
  2. (v) give support or one's approval to
  3. (v) guarantee as meeting a certain standard
  4. (v) sign as evidence of legal transfer

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  1. At length someone troubled to discover that Rabbi Wise had actually only said that modern Jewry must accept Jesus as a great Jewish teacher and indorse His ethical code.
  2. With all his eloquence he labored to bring the meeting around to indorse that compromise.
  3. European police are delighted with it, automobile clubs indorse it, insurance officials grin broadly at the thought of reduced risks from night accidents.
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/ɪn ˈfæ tʃu ˌeɪ tɪd /