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sanction, O.K., okay.
certify, assert, acknowledge, express, declare, sustain, profess, propound, set down, proclaim, attest, submit, claim, ratify, testify, aver, maintain, validate, warrant, assure, avouch, adjure, state, admit, support, contend, corroborate, pronounce, verify.
consent, capitulate, promise, agree, assent, contract, pledge, stipulate, cooperate, concur, conform, endorse, sanction, accept, empathize, acquiesce, affirm, bless, accede, welcome.
agree something is good
countenance, approbate, take up on, string along with, acclaim, appreciate, like, go along with, put up with, accept, applaud, think highly of, admire, be big on, favor, live with, regard highly, praise, roll with punches, handle, commend, esteem, grin and bear it, respect, face it.
boost, encourage, recommend, affirm, consent, okay, give go-ahead, push for, buy into, permit, make law, ratify, sign, sanction, dig, hats off to, seal, accredit, pronounce, back, bless, mandate, authorize, accede, advocate, maintain, confirm, validate, agree, endorse, subscribe to, buy, support, make valid, uphold, empower, charter, second, certify, get behind, groove, stump for, sign off on, license, assent, establish, acquiesce, concur, lap up, thumbs up.
approbate, confirm, permit, underwrite, authorize, authenticate.
commission, legalize, empower, notarize, denominate, ordain, deputize, designate, entitle, countersign, license, enable, enfranchise.
okay, sanction, O.K., approve.
condone, let, allow.
release, tolerate, concede.
acclaim, flatter, dignify, praise, applaud, recommend, commend, compliment, extol, admire, glorify, eulogize, exalt.
Examples of usage:
– Captain Jinks, Hero by Ernest Crosby
– A Journey Through France in War Time by Joseph G. Butler, Jr.
– Cynthia Wakeham's Money by Anna Katharine Green
– Work: A Story of Experience by Louisa May Alcott
– Ranching for Sylvia by Harold Bindloss