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endorsement

noun en·dorse·ment \in-ˈdr-smənt, en-\

: a public or official statement of support or approval

: the act of publicly saying that you like or use a product or service in exchange for money

: the act or result of writing your name on the back of a check

Full Definition of ENDORSEMENT

1
:  the act or process of endorsing
2
a :  something that is written in the process of endorsing
b :  a provision added to an insurance contract altering its scope or application
3
:  sanction, approval <went ahead without the endorsement of his boss>
4
:  money earned from a product recommendation <made millions in salary and endorsements>

Variants of ENDORSEMENT

en·dorse·ment also in·dorse·ment \in-\

Examples of ENDORSEMENT

  1. The newspaper has announced its political endorsements.
  2. We're pleased that the project has received your endorsement.
  3. Without official endorsement, the project cannot proceed.
  4. Many retired athletes are able to make a lot of money by doing product endorsements.
  5. The bank requires that someone witness the endorsement of the check.
  6. We need your endorsement before we can cash this check.
  7. the endorsement of a license
  8. receive an endorsement for speeding

First Known Use of ENDORSEMENT

1547

Other Business Terms

amortize, caveat emptor, clearinghouse, divest, due diligence, emolument, green-collar, marque, overhead, perquisite

Rhymes with ENDORSEMENT

July 04, 2015
stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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