Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In heraldry: Placed back to back: same as adorsed.
  • Having an indorse on each side: said of the pale.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Her.) See addorsed.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of indorse.

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Examples

  • A motion in arrest of judgment was instantly made, on the ground that a Latin word indorsed on the back of the indictment was incorrectly spelt.

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 3

  • It should have -- allow me a vulgar term -- "indorsed" me with the tradesmen who have the honor to supply me with the glove, the boot, the general habiliment, and all the requisites of an elegant appearance upon the carpet or the _trottoir_.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 47, September, 1861

  • 'Confederate War Department,' indorsed 'Respectfully referred to the

    The Great Conspiracy, Complete

  • 'Confederate War Department,' indorsed 'Respectfully referred to the

    The Great Conspiracy, Volume 7

  • Through the next hour, during which the gentle morning breeze had a little freshened, the dusty vapor had developed itself far and wide into the appearance of huge aerial draperies, hanging in mighty volumes from the sky to the earth; and at particular points, where the eddies of the breeze acted upon the pendulous skirts of these aerial curtains rents were perceived, sometimes taking the form of regular arches, portals, and windows, through which began dimly to gleam the heads of camels 'indorsed'

    Narrative and Miscellaneous Papers

  • Through the next hour, during which the gentle morning breeze had a little freshened, the dusty vapor had developed itself far and wide into the appearance of huge aerial draperies, hanging in mighty volumes from the sky to the earth; and at particular points, where the eddies of the breeze acted upon the pendulous skirts of these aerial curtains rents were perceived, sometimes taking the form of regular arches, portals, and windows, through which began dimly to gleam the heads of camels 'indorsed'

    Narrative and Miscellaneous Papers — Volume 1

  • EverHome Mortgage, Northern District of Indiana It breaks the "clear chain of title" that requires the note be indorsed over to the buyer of the mortgage at each sale, and public recording of the transfer.

    L. Randall Wray: Nightmare on Wall Street

  • He had never been in a bank in his life, much less been in one on business, and he had a naive and childlike desire to walk into one of the big banks down in Oakland and fling down his indorsed check for forty dollars.

    Chapter 27

  • I would never vote for anyone who was indorsed by the NRA, or any other terrorist.

    NRA flips, endorses McDonnell over Deeds

  • Haeckel indorsed and defended "The Shame of the Sun," for once finding themselves on the same side of a question.

    Chapter 43

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