enthusiastic, full, overwhelming, ringing, strong, unanimous

The new design only received a lukewarm endorsement from head office.

implicit, tacit
celebrity, government (esp. AmE)
be, constitute
give sth, make (AmE), offer sth

We are happy to give the product our full endorsement.

withdraw, withhold

They are now seeking endorsement for their ideas.

get, receive, win

These measures have the strong endorsement of the party.

contract, deal (both esp. AmE)

He signed a four-year endorsement deal.

endorsement as

her endorsement as leader of the delegation

endorsement by

endorsement of the product by the appropriate body

endorsement for

endorsement for the plan

endorsement from

His presidential campaign won endorsement from several celebrities.

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