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endorse, indorse (verb); endorses, indorses; endorsed, indorsed; endorsing, indorsing
1. To declare one's public approval or support of someone or something: There are people who are publicly endorsing one or the other candidates who are running for President of the U.S.
2. To sign a check or bill of exchange on the back to make it payable to someone else other than the payee: James endorsed a check for $500 to make a down payment for the washing machine and a dryer for his family.
3. Etymology: from Latin dossum, from dorsum, "to put on the back"; from en-, "put on" + dos, "back," from Latin dossum, a variant of dorsum, "back".
This entry is located in the following units: dorso-, dors-, dorsi-, -dorsal (page 4) endo-, end- (page 5)
Where people stay during nasty weather.
This entry is located in the following unit: Dictionary with a Touch of Humor (page 5)