verb (used with object), in·dorsed, in·dors·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM indorsere·in·dorse, verb (used with object), re·in·dorsed, re·in·dors·ing.un·in·dorsed, adjective
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I indorse this day your two bills to Mr. Alexander Cunningham.Life and Correspondence of David Hume, Volume II (of 2)|John Hill Burton
It contains some very good reasoning, but I do not indorse it all, and take this mode of expressing my views upon the subject.
I—I thought that you were prepared to indorse, to assist my genius!The Adventures of a Widow|Edgar Fawcett
Didn't you know that was likely to happen when you tempted me to indorse the note?Ben's Nugget|Horatio, Jr. Alger
"That shows how much they care about it," said Dock, who was evidently prepared to indorse the old man's philosophy.Freaks of Fortune|Oliver Optic