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Noun: indorsement  in'dors-munt
  1. A promotional statement (as found on the dust jackets of books)
    "the author got all his friends to write indorsements for his book";
    - endorsement, blurb
  2. A speech seconding a motion
    - second, secondment, endorsement
  3. Formal and explicit approval
    "a Democrat usually gets the union's indorsement";
    - sanction, countenance, endorsement, warrant, imprimatur
  4. A signature that validates something
    "the cashier would not cash the check without an indorsement";
    - endorsement
  5. The act of endorsing
    "a star athlete can make a lot of money from indorsements";
    - endorsement

Derived forms: indorsements

Type of: agreement, approval, commendation, packaging, promo [informal], promotion, promotional material, publicity, signature, support

Encyclopedia: Indorsement