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Spell check of endorse

Correct spelling: endorse

stand, attest, gage, sanction, profess, advocate, stand behind, certify, own, extol, sign on the dotted line, cooperate, flatter, fend for, acquiesce, aver, patronise, promise, accede, support, bear out, stomach, brook, consent, avow, acclaim, capitulate, put up, plump, approve, claim, adjure, stick out, disclose, admire, let, welcome, second, assure, grant, back, applaud, hold, contend, approbate, confess, verify, express, substantiate, prove, validate, digest, inscribe, sponsor, affirm, abide, acknowledge, set down, stand up for, eulogize, empathize, compliment, censure, defend, maintain, condone, permit, sign, condemn, legalize, hold up, stand by, submit, ratify, conform, suffer, praise, exalt, underwrite, pronounce, testify, get behind, allow, stipulate, subscribe, establish, corroborate, proclaim, confirm, plump for, patronize, indorse, warrant, concede, countersign, admit, bear, state, punt, dignify, accept, bless, endure, initial, side with, authorize, make over, license, propound, assert, tolerate, stake, guarantee, OK, undersign, back up, demonstrate, agree, champion, recommend, licence, sustain, authenticate, evidence, manifest, show, recognize, commend, assent, superscribe, pledge, game, uphold, avouch, autograph, notarize, keep going, plunk for, law, glorify, declare, concur, contract, underpin, bet on, patronage.

mask, hide, fail, veil, frustrate, cloak, disown, screen, dissimulate, desert, secrete, disavow, let down, sabotage, repudiate, deny, oppose, dissemble, disappoint, interfere, disguise, cover, thwart, baffle, foil, conceal.

Examples of usage:

1) Will you endorse it? - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Another thing is necessary as an introduction, and that is, I do not present my views for others to adopt or endorse as their own. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

3) I've stopped every paper in the mails that wouldn't endorse the policy of the Administrashin; hence the people have only seen arguments on one side. - "Letters of Major Jack Downing, of the Downingville Militia", Seba Smith.