indorse, indorsement

in·​dorse in-ˈdȯrs How to pronounce indorse (audio)

less common spellings of endorse, endorsement

transitive verb

: to write on the back of
especially : to sign one's name as payee on the back of (a check) in order to obtain the cash or credit represented on the face
: to inscribe (one's signature) on a check, bill, or note
: to inscribe (something, such as an official document) with a title or memorandum
: to make over to another (the value represented in a check, bill, or note) by inscribing one's name on the document
: to acknowledge receipt of (a sum specified) by one's signature on a document
: to approve openly
endorse an idea
especially : to express support or approval of publicly and definitely
endorse a mayoral candidate
: to recommend (something, such as a product or service) usually for financial compensation
shoes endorsed by a pro basketball player
medical : to report or note the presence of (a symptom)
He endorsed nausea without emesis and denied any associated shortness of breath.Dana Johnson et al.

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“Indorse.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 Sep. 2023.

Kids Definition

indorse, indorsement

variant of endorse, endorsement

Legal Definition

indorse, indorsee, indorsement, indorser

variant of endorse, endorsee, endorsement, endorser

  • used primarily in the context of the Uniform Commercial Code
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