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Synonym of Approve (verb)

favor accept admire acclaim handle like applaud appreciate commend countenance approbate esteem praise respect be big on face it go along with grin and bear it live with put up with regard highly roll with punches string along with take up on think highly of

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Example Sentences for approve

The children, already sitting in a decorous ring on their low chairs, seemed after the first surprise to approve of Phyllis.

But Miss Qian did not approve of this emotion, natural though it was.

Someone would appear there at the turn of a path and would stand before me and smile and approve.

I excused myself because I know that when restored to health he would not approve of what I had done.

He was still in that state of mind where the lover hopes that his beloved will approve of his friends.

Cayke was not satisfied, but the other Yips seemed to approve the plan highly.

She might approve his feeling, but she would also lose confidence in him.

Men must approve what he really is, or he will have none of their praise, but their blame rather.

I shall be surprised if you approve of it;—you have such a regard for appearances.

I am sure that above there together they approve of our love.

Word Origin & History of - Approve

Word Origin & History of Approve

Word Origin & History

approve mid-14c., "to attest (something) with authority," from O.Fr. aprover (Fr. approuver), from L. approbare "to assent to as good, regard as good," from ad- "to" + probare "to try, test something (to find if it is good)," from probus "honest, genuine" (see prove). The meaning extended late 14c. to "show (something) to be good," then to "assent to (something) as good" (early 15c.), especially in ref. to authorities, parliaments, etc.

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