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[in-dawrs] /ɪnˈdɔrs/
verb (used with object), indorsed, indorsing.
Related forms
reindorse, verb (used with object), reindorsed, reindorsing.
unindorsed, adjective Unabridged
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  • The rent checks they are expected to indorse and turn over at once to the town agent in payment of rent.

    The Pullman Boycott W. F. Burns
  • Harry exclaimed, and the old Bishop seemed to indorse his view.

    'Charge It' Irving Bacheller
  • "I indorse Mr. Bedford's work," added Captain Gordon, who had turned to observe the operation of the enemy at the cross roads.

  • I was foolish enough to indorse one of his notes without security.

    Desk and Debit Oliver Optic
  • It was evident that she would not unveil, and that they were prepared to indorse her refusal.

    If, Yes and Perhaps Edward Everett Hale
  • If you approve, so indorse and let him carry the letter to Kelly.

  • We refer now to the people, not to their leaders, whose integrity we choose not to indorse.

  • I will give you a receipt for the amount you pay, and indorse it upon the note when I have it.

    The Yacht Club Oliver Optic
  • indorse the check and I'll have the money drawn for you across the street.

    Joe The Hotel Boy Horatio Alger Jr.
  • I will indorse the landlord's note, and thus guarantee its payment.

    The Coming Wave Oliver Optic
British Dictionary definitions for indorse


a variant spelling of endorse
Derived Forms
indorsable, adjective
indorsement, noun
indorser, indorsor, noun
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