enlist

[ en-list ]SEE DEFINITION OF enlist

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Let us run away, for fear he should make us enlist in his company!

One of them, a carter in a smockfrock, seemed wavering and disposed to enlist.

I'm going to enlist to-morrow, and perhaps I won't get so good a chance as this!

Florent was never able to enlist Claude amongst his supporters.

He had then tried to enlist as a private, but had been rejected for the same reason.

That she had been able to enlist the services of Richard Duvall gave her a sense of security.

But, Maud, can't you see why he didn't come and tell you before he went to enlist?

"Wish we could enlist a few thousands of him—jaw-bones as well," said the General.

I—I'd like to try and enlist for the duration of the war—swear off for that long, anyhow.

I have enlisted for you the men that you desired me to enlist.

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