What is another word for endorsements?

Pronunciation: [ɛndˈɔːsmənts] (IPA)

Endorsements can be defined as statements or actions that express approval or support for someone or something. There are several synonyms for the word endorsements which can be used interchangeably based on the context of the statement. Some of these synonyms include: recommendations, approvals, commendations, accolades, affirmations, validations, references, testimonials, and commendations. These synonyms can be used in various contexts such as business, politics, personal branding, and marketing. Each synonym carries its own unique connotation and can be used to emphasize different aspects of an endorsement. Ultimately, these synonyms can help to diversify language and communication, allowing for a more varied and nuanced expression of approval or support.

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Usage examples for Endorsements

And when I looked on the back of his promotion certificates-the ones he got for promoting the mine-I found by the endorsements that he'd sold every one of them before or during the panic.
"Shadow Mountain"
Dane Coolidge
His notes and endorsements made up the balance.
"The Good Time Coming"
T. S. Arthur
I gave him the line through which I had received the best of endorsements as to her industrious and honest Christian character, and what the friends had done for her upon whom I had called, and but for her poor health would have brought her with me.
"A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences"
Laura S. Haviland

Famous quotes with Endorsements

  • You know, this is not about endorsements in the primary. We have to get through a primary first.
    Katherine Harris
  • Of course in show business there are two ways to play it and I am not politically correct so I am not going to get endorsements or anything like that.
    Artie Lange
  • I feel a little uncomfortable about endorsements.
    Geddy Lee
  • As a performer you are being used to keep people watching so the commercial endorsements that support the network can be seen by as many people as possible.
    Marc Maron
  • I delighted his fussy little soul, because by adding what I remembered of Navy protocol to what he was able to teach me of Army routine, we came up with as snarled a mass of red tape as any field-grade officer in the whole history of all armed forces had been able to accumulate. Oh, I tell you, nobody sneezed in New York without a report being made out in triplicate, with eight endorsements. Of course there wasn’t anybody to send them to, but that didn’t stop the Major. He said with determination: “Nobody’s ever going to chew out for noncompliance with regulations—even if I have to invent the regulations myself!”
    Frederik Pohl

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