endorser

[ UK /ɛndˈɔːsɐ/ ]
[ US /ɪnˈdɔɹsɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who transfers his ownership interest in something by signing a check or negotiable security
  2. someone who expresses strong approval
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How To Use endorser In A Sentence

  • To get there, the Beaverton, Ore., sportswear giant plans to open more stores, put a renewed focused on recreational sports such as running and snowboarding, and emphasize its stable of local endorsers such as Chinese Olympic track-and-field star Liu Xiang and Chinese tennis player Li Na. In China, Nike Sets Out to Alter Sports Mindset
  • The right to demand payment from the endorser of a commercial paper when the first party liable fails to pay.
  • As Thomas Mallon wrote in a 2006 story in The New Yorker, the book acts as “an ungainsayable endorser of the obvious.” Killing the Mockingbird
  • Farmer Hoggett himself looms like a tall, thin tree as he explains the moral underpinnings of veganism; Elliott Gould, already a supporter, frowns like a mortician in a black suit as he surveys the herd of potential endorsers and donors.
  • I think we're at a time where it's great to see people from all different backgrounds stepping up to lead the country," said Ayotte, a former state attorney general whom endorser Sarah Palin dubbed a "granite grizzly. With turnover, House becomes more of a home for the everyman
  • Within a few days, that mailing had garnered several volunteers and endorsers, along with approximately $2,000 in donations.
  • When a recommendation is as dry, cursory and low-level as "Andrew got his work done and showed up on time" the reader gets a bad feeling both about the endorser and (more importantly for you) the endorsee. Liz Ryan: That LinkedIn Endorsement Will Hurt You
  • That said, my precinct is (Obama endorser) Adrian Fenty's old district, and I doubt if it'll be real close. I Voted! - Swampland - TIME.com
  • The right to demand payment from the endorser of a commercial paper when the first party liable fails to pay.
  • Where the holder is an endorser, he has no right of recourse against the subsequent parties.
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