Definition of Endorsement

1. Noun. A promotional statement (as found on the dust jackets of books). "The author got all his friends to write blurbs for his book"

Exact synonyms: Blurb, Indorsement
Generic synonyms: Packaging, Promotion, Promotional Material, Publicity
Derivative terms: Endorse, Endorse, Indorse

2. Noun. A speech seconding a motion. "Do I hear a second?"
Exact synonyms: Indorsement, Second, Secondment
Generic synonyms: Agreement
Derivative terms: Indorse, Second, Second

3. Noun. Formal and explicit approval. "A Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement"
Exact synonyms: Countenance, Imprimatur, Indorsement, Sanction, Warrant
Generic synonyms: Approval, Commendation
Specialized synonyms: O.k., Ok, Okay, Okeh, Okey, Visa, Nihil Obstat
Derivative terms: Countenance, Endorse, Indorse, Sanction, Sanction

4. Noun. A signature that validates something. "The cashier would not cash the check without an endorsement"
Exact synonyms: Indorsement
Generic synonyms: Signature
Specialized synonyms: Blank Endorsement, Endorsement In Blank
Derivative terms: Endorse, Indorse

5. Noun. The act of endorsing. "A star athlete can make a lot of money from endorsements"
Exact synonyms: Indorsement
Generic synonyms: Support
Specialized synonyms: Aegis, Auspices, Protection
Derivative terms: Endorse, Endorse, Indorse

Definition of Endorsement

1. n. Same as Indorsement.

Definition of Endorsement

1. Noun. The act or quality of endorsing ¹

2. Noun. An amendment or added notation to an insurance contract or other official document (such as a driving licence). ¹

3. Noun. (aviation) An instructor's signed acknowledgement of time practising specific flying skills. ¹

4. Noun. (education certification) Permission to carry out a specific skill or application in a field in which the practitioner already has a general licence. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Endorsement

1. [n -S]

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Literary usage of Endorsement

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1. Insurance, Principles and Practices by Robert Riegel, Henry James Loman (1922)
"(3) The insurance under this endorsement does not attach or cover while the ... It is a condition of this endorsement that if action be brought against the ..."

2. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1854)
"So an infant payee or endorsee may, by his endorsement, transfer the interest in the bill to any subsequent holder, against all the parties to the bill ..."

3. A General Abridgment and Digest of American Law: With Occasional Notes and by Nathan Dane (1823)
"The endorsement of a part of the debt is bad, unless CH. ... The endorsement was by the son. They were admitted not to be partners. Deft, accepted the bill. ..."

4. The Law of Nisi Prius: Comprising the Declarations and Other Pleadings in by John Frederick Archbold (1853)
"The effect of a "- -I blank endorsement, is to make the bill thereafter payable ... If the endorsement mention the name of any person to whom the endorser ..."

5. American Inter-state Law by David Rorer (1879)
"the paper itself, and is governed, as to its validity, legal effect, and liability of the endorser, by the law of the place where the endorsement is made, ..."

6. The Law of Pleading and Evidence in Civil Actions: Arranged Alphabetically by John Simcoe Saunders (1844)
"When an endorsement is made after the bill or note became due, ... An endorsement by an agent may be stated to have been made by the principal, ..."

7. The Practice in Courts of Justice in England and the United States by Conway Robinson (1855)
"Effect of an endorsement on the instrument. As when a bond is given there is often annexed to it a condition that if before such a day the obligor pay a ..."

8. The Law of Pleading and Evidence in Civil Actions: Arranged Alphabetically by John Simcoe Saunders (1831)
"When an endorsement is made after the bill or note became due, ... An endorsement by an agent may be stated to have been made by the principal, ..."

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