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approval (part of speech: noun)
affirmation (part of speech: noun)
certification, proclamation, pronouncement, assertion, oath, warranty, submission, assurance, admission, promise, verification, attestation, corroboration, acknowledgment, avowal, testimony, statement, validation, pledge, declaration
consent (part of speech: noun)
praise (part of speech: noun)
support (part of speech: verb)
- And," he added gently, as her face grew grave and her chin lifted slightly, " his confidence in any man might be considered an endorsement, don't you think?" - "When A Man's A Man", Harold Bell Wright.
- And thus the acquaintance between Patches and the girl grew into friendship; for Kitty loved to talk with this man of the things that play so large a part in that life which so appealed to her; and, with Phil's ever- ready and hearty endorsement of Patches, she felt safe in permitting the friendship to develop. - "When A Man's A Man", Harold Bell Wright.
- Footnote 35: The Muratorianum bases its legendary account of the writing of the Fourth gospel by " John" with the endorsement of " his fellow- disciples and bishops" on John xxi. - "The Making of the New Testament", Benjamin W. Bacon.