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Synonyms for recommend

advocate

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make attractive

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  • make attractive
  • make interesting
  • make appealing
  • make acceptable

Synonyms for recommend

to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

to give recommendations to (someone) about a decision or course of action

Synonyms for recommend

push for something

express a good opinion of

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Such instruments are legally indistinguishable from simple recommendatory texts.
Presently, the e-governance standards notified by DeitY are only recommendatory in nature.
The Commission passed the recommendatory orders after careful consideration of the report of its Investigation Division as well as the enquiry report of B.
If the planned changes are adopted, the decisions of the board will only be of a recommendatory nature.
The participation of the group in the Philippines polls is largely voluntary and their findings are recommendatory in nature.
Developers said they were "keen for the development to be of high quality, to respond accurately to local housing need, to blend well with the local environment and to comply with the appropriate legislative and recommendatory standards".
This committee is only a recommendatory body and it is up to the individual universities to implement the curriculum as such or further revise it.
New York Declaration of Rights, Form of Ratification, and Recommendatory Amendments to the Constitution (July 26, 1788), in 23 DOCUMENTARY HISTORY, supra note 8, at 2326, 2331 (John P.
Celik expressed belief that recommendatory decisions of G-20 countries to overcome economic crisis and raise employment should be broadening and reflect a visionary perspective.
107) Thus, the court concluded that ALJs were not inferior officers because they had merely recommendatory powers.
The Council is an advisory body having the right to make recommendatory decisions related to activities of the central banks.
They are part of a very large group of sonnets attacking foreign undoers of the Bible: all the alien demythologizers, comparative-religionists, "neologists" ("The Young Neologist at Bethlehem: A Recommendatory Letter"; CXLVI), enders of the faith (modern announcers of "Terminus": CXXV).
The table below provides initial evaluation criteria of recommendatory character, which are relevant to the evaluation of distributional networks on the automobile market.
She said the original constitutional mandate of the council envisioned it as a technical review and recommendatory body of highly reputable scholars, jurists and experts in Islamic jurisprudence, economics, politics, law and public administration who are distinct from the populist religious-political leadership.
These UN resolutions are of a recommendatory nature ('soft law'), but well illustrate the wide range of international legal instruments, which constitute the corpus of so-called 'Olympic Law', including the inter-State Nairobi Treaty of 26 September, 1981 on the Protection of the Olympic Symbol - the famous five interconnected rings.
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