What is another word for endorsement?

376 synonyms found


[ ɛndˈɔːsmənt], [ ɛndˈɔːsmənt], [ ɛ_n_d_ˈɔː_s_m_ə_n_t]

Endorsement is a term commonly used in various fields such as politics, business, and sports. This word can be replaced by several synonyms with different connotations. A few popular synonyms for endorsement are approval, recommendation, support, validation, and authorization. Approval refers to the act of expressing one's liking or acceptance of something. Recommendation implies suggesting something based on personal experience or expertise. Support indicates backing up someone for their ideas or actions. Validation means providing evidence that confirms the truthfulness or reliability of something. Authorization refers to granting permission to do something or giving official approval. While these synonyms are pretty similar, they have slight variations in meaning that make them useful in different contexts.

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What are the opposite words for endorsement?

Endorsement is a word commonly used to express approval or support for something or someone. However, there are a number of antonyms that express disapproval or opposition. Some of the opposite words that can be used in place of endorsement include disapproval, condemnation, denunciation, opposition, dissent, and refusal. When someone expresses disapproval, condemnation, or denunciation of a particular product, policy, or individual, they are indicating that they do not support or approve of them. Opposing something implies that one is actively working against it, while dissenting indicates a difference of opinion or disagreement. Refusal, on the other hand, suggests a rejection of an offer or proposal rather than an expression of opinion.

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Usage examples for Endorsement

If Dr. Cook has reached the Pole, a year earlier than Peary, as most Arctic explorers believe, then the seeming endorsement and the pension of the Naval officer is an injustice to Dr. Cook and an imposition on the public; if both have reached the Pole then there should be a suitable recognition and reward extended to each.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
He asked for the endorsement of this senator and received this advice: Young man, my signature to this sheet would get you the job, but if you were my son I would not let you take the place.
"Dollars and Sense"
Col. Wm. C. Hunter
What a charming endorsement!
"Corpus of a Siam Mosquito"
Steven Sills

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