indorse

[in-dawrs]
Related formsre·in·dorse, verb (used with object), re·in·dorsed, re·in·dors·ing.un·in·dorsed, adjective
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Examples from the Web for indorse

Historical Examples of indorse

  • All the political parties have been urged to indorse woman suffrage.

  • I'll take your note, provided your sister will indorse it, and she will.

  • Harry exclaimed, and the old Bishop seemed to indorse his view.

    'Charge It'

    Irving Bacheller

  • I was foolish enough to indorse one of his notes without security.

    Desk and Debit

    Oliver Optic

  • More than that, Hedrick had refused to indorse Handy's note at the bank.

    In Our Town

    William Allen White


British Dictionary definitions for indorse

indorse

verb
  1. a variant spelling of endorse
Derived Formsindorsable, adjectiveindorsement, nounindorser or indorsor, noun
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