Synonyms of 'endorse'
to give approval or support toI can endorse this statement wholeheartedly.
MPs approved the bill by a majority of 97.
He is backed by the civic movement.
He supported the hardworking people.
He passionately championed the poor.
We favour greater protection of the environment.
His country will do everything possible to promote peace.
Ask your doctor to recommend a suitable treatment.
He may seem ready to sanction the use of force.
The court sustained his objection.
They advocate fewer government controls on business.
The allegations are serious enough to warrant an investigation.
The crown court upheld the magistrate's decision.
We are willing to authorize a police raid.
They have yet to ratify the treaty.
Everything I had accomplished seemed to affirm that opinion.
I've personally never subscribed to the view.
She ran away to Mexico and espoused the revolutionary cause.
I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the story.
throw your weight behind
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in the sense of advocate
to recommend a course of action publiclyThey advocate fewer government controls on business.
in the sense of affirm
to state clearly one's support for (an idea or belief)Everything I had accomplished seemed to affirm that opinion.
in the sense of authorize
to give official permission forWe are willing to authorize a police raid.
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