Definitions

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  • adj. Leading to endorsement of one's driving licence with penalty points.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See indorsable, etc.

Etymologies

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endorse +‎ -able

Examples

  • Rorschach (Walter Kovacs, played by Jackie Earle Haley) is a delightful, noir antihero whose endorsable, brutal violence has us cheering with every act of commendable vengeance.

    Mike Ragogna: Watchmen: Who's Watching The Watchmen?

  • I can tell you, despite of how things should be, that maybe at least one of the four would turn out to be a crackerjack worker or bring interesting new ways of doing things, new concepts or endorsable ideas, but they all were better off as a social events planner for the company office party than as a money maker for the firm.

    outfoxed Diary Entry

  • This version of the Similarity Thesis is endorsable by those who never recollect dreams that seem (on hindsight) phenomenally indistinguishable from waking; indeed, it's endorsable even by those who simply do not remember their dreams to any significant degree.

    Descartes' Epistemology

  • And, by the way, the only people that may be endorsable less than NBA players, according to that survey, corporate CEOs.

    CNN Transcript Dec 11, 2004

  • Although the following credit ratings have been issued in a non-EU country which has not been recognized as endorsable at this date, these credit ratings are deemed "EU qualified by extension" and may still be used by financial institutions for regulatory purposes until 30 April 2012.

    Forbes.com: News

  • "There aren't any big superstars; there isn't anyone who stands to leap into being the one or two most endorsable players in baseball," said Bob Dorfman, a sports marketing expert with

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Once airline tickets are issued, they are non-endorsable and non-transferable.

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  • Dickipedia is also a good idea - an endorsable idea, actually - that works by embracing the bias Wikipedia tries so hard to deny.

    Esquire.com Article Feed

  • No. of jobs attended, no. of crime reports.no. of arrests.no. of tickets (broken down into endorsable/nomnendorsable, broken down to offences. and the list goes on.

    Remote Inspector Gadget « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • (NOW also endorsed Carol Moseley-Braun in 2003 and Shirley Chisholm in 1972 in their respective primaries, but no one endorsable made it to the general election in either race.

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