from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One to whom ownership of a negotiable document is transferred by endorsement.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The person to whom something is transferred by endorsement
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as indorsee.
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Jamie has been a long term endorsee of Ernie Ball Musicman
a long term endorsee of Ernie Ball Musicman Guitars, working with the company since 1998 performing clinics in
I believe that Ellsworth may actually be a bit pissed that the Clinton camp over-reached in declaring him as her 'endorsee' rather than more accurately representing his position as wanting to follow the will of the voters he represents.
How was Litzow a NARAL endorsee when he was a Pastors Pick?
The races offer a good opportunity for ward politicos to throw their political weight around and build a network of support; on the other hand, there is peril for a politician that can't deliver his or her support to an endorsee.
They're going nationwide, from Massachusetts to California, where their targeting, among others, G4C endorsee Jerry Brown.
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.
The Nevada race is looking more and more like Kentucky's primary last month where Tea Party favorite Rand Paul leap-frogged over Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell's endorsee Trey Grayson.
The last time the paper endorsed a Democrat for the White House, the year was 1936 and the lucky endorsee was Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Wishing to overcome my ignorance I took an endorsement (oh yes its one of those sites with testimonials galore) and decided to find out what I could about the endorsee.