enlistment

[ en-list-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enlistment

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Accept them all, and arrange for their enlistment as soon as possible.

She was equally open to enlistment in any other proposed diversion.

Neither Mary nor he had spoken again of the question of enlistment.

The enlistment of men in the United States navy, as in the army, is voluntary.

The motive of my enlistment had no remotest connection with the bounty offered.

The term of enlistment of many had expired, and they were daily leaving the ship.

The saloons that flourished in the days before his enlistment were not now operating.

I will give an order for his enlistment, and meantime he can remain with you.

The enlistment of the seven in the pirate fleet was tacitly acknowledged.

The term of enlistment was a year; four battalions were to be raised in Corsica.

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