Definition of endorse:
sign away, bet on, plump for, concede, get behind, manifest, superscribe, recognize, plunk or plonk, back, digest, abide, patronage, inscribe, market, brook, law, witness, censure, substantiate, advocate, sign on the dotted line, show, speak up for, plunk for, fend for, stomach, undersign, stand up for, plump, condemn, OK, back up, launch, punt, hype, sign, initial, establish, stand by, place, bear, gage, prove, signature, countersign, bear out, keep going, uphold, disclose, hold up, champion, demonstrate, endure, indorse, tolerate, plug, evidence, bill as, defend, sign on, suffer, stand behind, patronize, make over, underpin, support, align, certify, stake, game, grant, side with, sponsor, subscribe, second, put up, advertise, ally, autograph, John Hancock, agree with, pitch, avow, licence, license, own, promote, sympathize, hold, mail out, stick out, notarize, legalize, guarantee, patronise, confess, stand.
- agree (part of speech: verb)
- affirm (part of speech: verb)
- approve (part of speech: verb)
- consent (part of speech: verb)
- praise (part of speech: verb)
Specifically, the report lays out measurable and achieveable goals in the reduction of mortality which can be reached by 1990. I urge the new Congress to endorse the principles of " Healthy People," and to adopt the recommendations to achieve its goals.- "State of the Union Addresses of Jimmy Carter", Jimmy Carter.
- "The Expositor's Bible: Ephesians", G. G. Findlay.
- "Moral", Ludwig Thoma.