We accept another's statement; admit any point made against us; acknowledge what we have said or done, good or bad; avow our individual beliefs or feelings; certify to facts within our knowledge; confess our own faults; endorse a friend's note or statement; grant a request; own our faults or obligations; recognize lawful authority; concede a claim.
While on this point I might add that to-day I have interviewed Illingworth's people and somewhat to my surprise they endorsed this view. (
* * * * * Later.--I endorse the last words written, but this time there is no doubt in question.
And the honest drover, in his warmth, endorsed this moral sentiment by firing a perfect feu de joi at the fireplace.
Yes, Mr Bloom thoroughly agreed, entirely endorsing the remark, that was overwhelmingly right.
And Colonel Stewart, who accompanied him and endorsed the memorandum, added: 'And what a huge encumbrance to Egypt!'
But modern science has not endorsed these designations, and this mollusk is now known by the name argonaut.
She quoted technical terms casually, pronounced the grand words of order, the future, foresight, and constantly exaggerated the difficulties of settling his father’s affairs so much, that at last one day she showed him the rough draft of a power of attorney to manage and administer his business, arrange all loans, sign and endorse all bills, pay all sums, etc.
Porthos shrugged his shoulders; Aramis by a movement of his lips endorsed Athos.
The Congress, meeting for the second time in 1775, endorsed the actions of the New England colonists, and appointed George Washington the American commander-in-chief.