Definition of Countersign:
Add a signature to (a document already signed by another person).
To attest authenticity or correctness of an already signed document by adding ones own signature.
A signal or password given in reply to a soldier on guard.
Synonyms of Countersign
Ratify, Endorse, Confirm, Approve, Agree to, Accept, Consent to, Assent to, Affirm, Authorize, Make valid, Sanction, Formalize, Recognize, Legalize, Legitimize, Warrant, License, Certify, ID card, John Hancock, OK, X, Accept, Accredit, Affirm, Amen, Approve, Assure, Authenticate, Authorize, Autograph, Avouch, Badge, Calligram, Calling card, Card, Certify, Christcross, Cipher, Confirm, Cosign, Countermark, Countersignature, Counterstamp, Credentials, Cross, Device, Dog tag, Endorse, Endorsement, Give permission, Give the go-ahead, Give the imprimatur, Give thumbs up, Guarantee, Hand, Identification, Identification badge, Identification tag, Initial, Initials, Letter of introduction, Make a promise, Mark, Mark of signature, Monogram, Notarize, Open sesame, Pass, Pass on, Pass upon, Password, Permit, Pledge, Plight, Press card, Promise, Ratify, Rubber stamp, Sanction, Say amen to, Seal, Second, Secret grip, Serial number, Shibboleth, Sigil, Sign, Sign and seal, Sign manual, Signature, Signet, Subscribe to, Subscription, Support, Swear, Swear and affirm, Swear to, Tessera, Token, Troth, Undersign, Underwrite, Validate, Visa, Vise, Visiting card, Vouch, Vow, Warrant, Watchword, Word
How to use Countersign in a sentence?
- Advance, patrol, and give the countersign to me.
- Each check had to be signed and countersigned.
Meaning of Countersign & Countersign Definition