There was only one agenda item: to “endorse the completion of the process of recognizing Ariel University in Samaria.”
In 2002, the lobby did not endorse his run for governor, despite his Meet the Press claim to the contrary.
But to denounce something that's a clear incitement to violence, which this film is, is obviously not to endorse violence.
Kerry was also one of the first U.S. senators to endorse Obama during his primary fight with Hillary Clinton in 2008.
Jefferson went so far as to endorse a progressive income tax in a 1785 letter to James Madison.
I can myself, from personal knowledge, endorse all that Mr. Phillips says as to Branwell's brilliancy of intellect at this time.
endorse this cheque 'Jane Meredith' and make it payable to me personally.
Thus it is usual for the husband's deeds to be endorsed by the wife, while he did not endorse hers.
Naturally he felt called upon to endorse his heroine, to defend her.
Nor in all probability would the latest biographer of Bolingbroke endorse that presentment.
late 14c. endosse "alteration," from Old French endosser (12c.), literally "to put on back," from en- "put on" (see en- (1)) + dos "back," from Latin dossum, variant of dorsum.
Sense of "confirm, approve" (by signing on the back) is recorded in English first in 1847. Assimilated 16c. in form to Medieval Latin indorsare. Related: Endorsed; endorsing.
You can endorse, literally, a cheque or other papers, &, metaphorically, a claim or argument, but to talk of endorsing material things other than papers is a solecism. [Fowler]