seal of approval

NOUN
  1. an indication of approved or superior status
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How To Use seal of approval In A Sentence

  • In the late 70s, a movement known variously as neo-expressionism or New Image Painting revived gestural figurative styles, with an institutional seal of approval given by the Royal Academy's The Guardian World News
  • He had none of the prerequisites, no updated resume, no prior seal of approval.
  • The pension payback is even getting the seal of approval from national observers.
  • The project has received the city council's seal of approval.
  • The scheme has the chairman's seal of approval.
  • And they all come with a seal of approval.
  • Even Joaquin Balaguer has given it his seal of approval.
  • He was being presented to Joe - that much was clear - for the old man's scrutiny, his seal of approval. AMAGANSETT
  • A number of employers have already given their seal of approval to the scheme.
  • His name served as a seal of approval that a deal would go ahead and that it would be profitable.
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