verb (used with object), en·dorsed, en·dors·ing. Also indorse (for defs 1–6).
Origin of endorse
Examples from the Web for endorser
Hayworth has Rush Limbaugh—not as an endorser of his candidacy, at least not yet, but as a longtime McCain detractor.
At this time the last-named house held about two and a half millions of dollars belonging to their constituent, the endorser.The 'Fan Kwae' at Canton Before Treaty Days 1825-1844|William C. Hunter
When I had recovered sufficiently, I gave my fictitious name and introduced the Colonel, as a sort of endorser for my statement.The Boy Spy|Joseph Kerby
He could borrow from the banks, with a good endorser, but what endorser was there good enough but John Folsom?Warrior Gap|Charles King
My father at length became my endorser, and the bargain was signed and sealed.Forty Years in the Wilderness of Pills and Powders|William A. Alcott
It has ever been the custom of the church to make every distinguished individual appear as an endorser of her dogmas.Thomas Paine, The Apostle of Liberty|John E. Remsburg
British Dictionary definitions for endorser
- to sign the back of (a negotiable document) to transfer ownership of the rights to a specified payee
- to specify (a designated sum) as transferable to another as payee