Even the USDA, which enforces these new lunch regulations, endorses snack time.
Obviously, if he endorses Romney, that would be pretty devastating to Obama.
Brookings Institute senior fellow Suzanne Maloney endorses negotiations in her article for The Daily Beast, “ An Absurd Outcome.”
Vladimir Putin endorses plan to tweet about Barneys models from bathroom of his/her choice.
AIPAC president Michael Kessen spoke on Israel and the Kerry peace initiative, which he said AIPAC “heartily” endorses.
Mr. Fowler endorses it in full to Mr. Emery of Rochester and sends the draft to the latter.
Sergeant Stephens, in his Commentaries, endorses Blackstone's views.
My own melancholy anticipates and endorses the medical judgment which says, "Your journey is done."
"Which same I endorses; it shore was a sudden change," Meeker replied, glancing at the Mexican's shack.
And he at once endorses a few words on the bottom of the summons.
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]